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I.  Congress Fights Back: The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988
II.  Goldberg v. Kelly: The Gold Standard in Determining Due Process Rights Regarding Public Benefits
III.  Department of Housing and Urban Development v. Rucker: Putting Congress’s Will to the Test
IV.  Good Intentions, Bad Outcome: Policy Problems with the One Strike Policy Evictions
    A.  Housing Authorities Given Excessive Discretion
    B.  No Definition of “Engaging” in Drug-Related Criminal Activity
    C.  Failure of Statute to Rid the Communities of Outsiders Who Use the Property for Drug-Related Criminal Activity
IV.  Recommendations
    A.  Limit the Discretion of Housing Authorities in Applying the
One Strike Policy

    B.  The Need to Define “Engaging”
    C.  Ridding the Community of Outside Drug Dealers and Users
Conclusion