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Robert Greenwald’s article “Speak Up! Watchdogging the ACA for People with HIV” was published in Achieve (Volume 6, Number 4), a quarterly journal on HIV prevention, treatment, and politics. Greenwald […]

by Qing Qing Miao, 2014 Summer Intern, Health Law and Policy Clinic The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation’s work on PATHS – a project targeting diabetes-specific health advocacy […]

By: Katerina Souliopoulos, 2014 Summer Intern, Health Law & Policy Clinic This week, the Supreme Court ruled that closely held for-profit corporations, those corporations in which five or fewer individuals control […]

By: Marcus Alan McGhee, M.P.A., 2014 Summer Intern, Health Law and Policy Clinic Prison or Treatment? This is a question not posed to most citizens, but one becoming more prevalent […]

Boston Business Journal June 26, 2014 Harvard Law School study seeks to prove health insurance should fund food as medicine Imagine that you are a diabetic. Except you can’t speak […]

National Journal June 23, 2014 Is Obamacare Living Up to Its Preexisting-Conditions Promise? Insurance companies may have found a way to skirt one of Obamacare’s most popular promises: equal access […]

Bridging the Gap between Cultural Communities and Health Providers: Peers for Progress Consolidates Research Findings, Discussions, and Directions On June 17 and 18, doctors, health researchers, and other medical leaders […]

On Monday, June 23, 2014, the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) officially launched the Legal Services Food Hub (LSFH), a free legal services clearinghouse for farmers, food entrepreneurs, and food-related organizations. […]

Katherine L. Record, JD, MPH, MA Shortly after criticizing Massachusetts for incarcerating innocent individuals with substance use disorder (SUD) when drug rehab facilities are full, I received an email from […]

The Wisconsin Law Review has just published “Food Law & Policy: The Fertile Field’s Origins & First Decade“–an article co-authored by FLPC Director Emily Broad Leib and Baylen Linnekin, Executive […]

by Katerina Souliopoulos, 2014 Summer Intern, Health Law and Policy Clinic On June 9th, the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation (CHLPI) hosted the Western North Carolina Diabetes Strategy […]

by Katherine L. Record, JD, MPH, MA Can there be a silver lining to a drug epidemic that is so extreme it is deemed a public health emergency?  As prescription […]

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