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States' Rights and Health Care Reform
States' rights and health care reform

POINT: State health care reform is consistent with the constitutional design and is more likely to produce workable policies that reflect the preferences of voters.

Elizabeth WeeksLeonard, University of Georgia School of Law

COUNTERPOINT: Federal regulation is necessary to manage and coordinate the nationwide ...

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