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Originally written by Tori Oto and published by HLS Clinical and Pro Bono Programs on May 10, 2022. Over the course of a year with the Food Law and Policy […]

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Originally written by Regina Paparo on HLS Clinical and Pro Bono Programs on May 11, 2022. There is something really special about a homemade meal. This is what drew me […]

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Originally written by Olivia Klein and published on HLS Clinical and Pro Bono Programs on May 11, 2022. Coming to law school with a passion for health care access, Kaixin […]

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Originally written by Amy Yurkanin and published on AL.com on May 11, 2022. An Alabama Medicaid policy that requires hepatitis C patients to avoid drugs and alcohol for six months […]

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Originally written by Megan Brooks and published on Medscape on May 11, 2022. A complaint filed with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) alleges that Alabama’s Medicaid program is illegally […]

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Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed a resolution that encourages medical schools, graduate medical education (GME) programs, and other health professional training programs to provide education on nutrition and diet. Although resolutions […]

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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 Kenya. Nairobi, Kenya (May 17, 2022)—Today, the Harvard […]

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The Center’s new legal theory could help Alabamians who are enrolled in Medicaid access curative HCV treatment. Yesterday, the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation (CHLPI) of Harvard Law […]

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Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic releases new toolkit outlining real-world policy solutions to improve public health and nutrition by reducing the consumption of sugar. Excess sugar in […]

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This week, President Biden announced that, for the first time in over 50 years, the White House will host a Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health. The Conference, planned for […]

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Americans waste a third of the food produced or imported in the United States every year and as a result, potential meals for families experiencing hunger rot in unharvested fields […]

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Food policy leaders release report calling on Congress to tackle pervasive food waste. Today, the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic, in collaboration with NRDC (Natural Resources Defense […]

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