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Legal Issues in Health Reform Symposium

Please join the O’Neill Institute for our symposium, “State of the Debate: Legal Issues in Health Reform,” on October 26, 2009. “Legal Solutions in Health Reform” is a project of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.  The project, an extensive analysis […]

“Taking” Legal and Economic Liberties, Seriously?

Constitutional opposition to an individual mandate is usually argued in terms of lack of federal power, but the real motivation is the feeling that a mandate violates individual rights. Opponents would be no less exorcised if a mandate came from the States, which generally have plenary authority over social and economic matters. What basis might […]

Legal Solutions Author Conducts Interview with Minnesota Public Radio

Legal Solutions author, Madhu Chugh (Executive Authority), conducted an interview with Minnesota Public Radio on President Obama’s authority to reform health care. Listen to the interview here: http://minnesota.publicradio.org/collections/special/columns/loophole/archive/2009/09/if_health-care_reform_dies_wha.shtml

Welcome to the O’Neill Health Reform Law Blog

I am delighted to welcome you to this new forum for information, discussion and debate on the legal issues implicated in health reform, sponsored by Georgetown Law Center’s O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.  Professors Mark Hall (Wake Forest) and Tim Jost (Washington and Lee), together with law professors and policy experts from […]

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