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Unformatted text preview: 5ad58a1d588a4d9072997b73331fc0556e5ce339 Dartmouth 2K9 1 Abortion Neg Notes on the File Okay, so there was a lot of work to do, and most of it got done. What we’re missing: CJs shitty AIDS advantage without extensions that can be taken out in CX and clashes with their K impacts, and answers to BQs natives version (along those same lines, CO’s natives advantage). Also, I’m not sure what other equal protection stuff was put in other labs files that wasn’t in their 1ACs, but the defense and external turns should be sufficient So as for stratagies, the T’s are workable. As for the case debate, you’re more likely to win the solvency flow than the advantages. As for the off case, states probably solve Medicaid funding, but it didn’t make the file … as for the other counterplans, as of now, the First Trimester Counterplan is not competitive, but maybe with certain versions of the plantext it might work, or perhaps you could read it as a congress CP, but that defeats the point of the CP. There is a counterplan for privacy in the file that is decent and has net benefits through several court DAs, BUT, I think that engaging the equal protection debate through the congress CP is probably the better route to go. Recommended Strat Pick a T Congress CP Courts DAs (Legitimacy and Hollow Hope (in the file)) Equal Protection Adv frontlines and turns Solvency Last printed 0/0/0000 0:00:00 AM 1 5ad58a1d588a4d9072997b73331fc0556e5ce339 Dartmouth 2K9 2 T – Increase (Barriers T) A. Increase is direct growth not removing a barrier Random House Webster’s College Dictionary 96 Increase : 1)to make greater , as in number, size, strength, or quality; augment 2)to become greater, as in number, size, strength, or quality 3)to multiply by propagation 4)growth or augmentation in size, strength, quality 5)the act or process of increasing B. Violation: Overturning Harris v McRae is not a direct increase in social services but rather removes a barrier that allows for future increases C. The standard is limits: They're only effectually topical – their interpretation allows removing literally any barrier. This opens the floodgates and overstretches our research burden – affs could find any restriction and repeal it. We will never have enough time to research every possible plan that could exist in the US code. Under their interpretation, cases such as privatization tax credits and altering any constitutional amendment or law to suit their needs and then claim advantages are topical. D. T is a voter. 2 5ad58a1d588a4d9072997b73331fc0556e5ce339 Dartmouth 2K9 3 T – Medicaid A. Poverty is defined by the Federal Poverty Line OCPP, Oregon Center for Public Policy, 0 9 OCPP, Oregon Center for Public Policy, “Federal Government Issues New Poverty Line for 2009,” January 23, 2009, http://www.ocpp.org/cgi-bin/display.cgi?page=nr20090123Povert [Tom] The 2009 Federal Poverty Income Guidelines , published in today’s Federal Register , set the definition of poverty...
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2010 for the course K 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at UMass Lowell.

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