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by Ona Balkus For too many Americans, a “quick trip” to the grocery store isn’t an option. In neighborhoods that lack access to grocery stores, many residents rely on small […]

  by Katherine L. Record, JD, MPH, MA Today, New York opens its runways for the first Africa Fashion Week, bringing the work of emerging African designers to the catwalk, and […]

by Ona Balkus People who have access to healthy food are more productive at work, more attentive in school, and less likely to need expensive healthcare. In his 20 years […]

The Food Law and Policy Clinic hosted the panel event “Waste Not Want Not: How We Can Use Food to Feed People Instead of Landfills.” View the event summary and […]

The Affordable Care Act prohibits insurers from denying coverage to individuals with preexisting conditions, but some companies may be limiting their prescription-drug offerings to steer HIV patients to other plans. […]

The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School and The Treatment Access Expansion Project (TAEP) are proud to release the State Healthcare Access Research Project (SHARP) […]

CHLPI is now accepting applications for the 2014 Summer Interns Program.  Opportunities are available in the Health Law and Policy Clinic and Food Law and Policy Clinic.  The program will […]

CHLPI Director, Robert Greenwald, is quoted in the December 9, 2013 Washington Post article “AIDS advocates say drug coverage in some marketplace plans is inadequate,” the December 10, 2013 Time […]

The Food Law and Policy Clinic and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) released the comprehensive report, The Dating Game: How Confusing Food Date Labels Lead to Food Waste in […]

The cover story of the Winter 2014 Harvard Law Bulletin is an article on the food law and policy work happening at Harvard Law School, highlighting the work of the […]

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