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This post was originally written by Emily Broad Leib and Doug O’Brien, and it was published in USA Today on September 28, 2022. As the international community gathers at the […]

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In advance of the International Day of Awareness on Food Loss and Waste, Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic shares policy recommendations designed to decrease food waste and […]

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The District of Columbia recently lifted several cumbersome barriers to hepatitis C treatment, including prior authorization requirements for prescribing medications to Medicaid beneficiaries. The Center for Health Law and Policy […]

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Originally written by Clare Toeniskoetter and published on The New York Times on Sept. 20, 2022. Several companies say they are tackling food waste by connecting people with unsold food […]

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Originally written by Clea Simon and published on Harvard Law Today on Sept. 8 2022. Upcoming White House conference on food and health draws from Harvard Law food strategy blueprint […]

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Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic identifies policy recommendations designed to decrease food waste, support food donation, and combat climate change in Nigeria. Today, the Harvard Law School […]

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The Food Law and Policy Clinic is pleased to welcome a new Clinical Fellow to the team, Tori Oto! Tori Oto Clinical Fellow, Food Law and Policy Clinicvoto@law.harvard.edu Tori Oto […]

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Today, Health Affairs published a new article titled, Medicare’s Current Strategy for Health-Related Social Needs Is Necessary But Not Sufficient, written by CHLPI’s Rachel Landauer, Erin McCrady, and Kathryn Garfield. […]

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Originally written by Victoria Masterson and published on The Print on 08/21/2022. Food date labels appeared after WWII as people shopped at supermarkets and wanted ‘the freshest food on the […]

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Originally written by Julia Agostino and published on FoodTank. The Global Food Donation Policy Atlas issued a recent report that may help empower Kenyan leaders to meet 2030 food waste reduction […]

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CHLPI’s Health Law and Policy Clinic is pleased to welcome its new Director of Health Care Access and Clinical Instructor to the team, Elizabeth Kaplan! Elizabeth Kaplanekaplan@law.harvard.edu She/Her Elizabeth joined […]

Originally published on Mirage News on 08/19/2022. The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated efforts to increase the rate of vaccinations. That includes those to prevent the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is linked to […]

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