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Measles And Misrepresentation In Minnesota: Can There Be Liability For Anti-Vaccine Misinformation That Causes Bodily Harm?, Dorit Rubinstein Ross, John Diamond Oct 2019

Measles And Misrepresentation In Minnesota: Can There Be Liability For Anti-Vaccine Misinformation That Causes Bodily Harm?, Dorit Rubinstein Ross, John Diamond

San Diego Law Review

Balancing protecting and compensating victims of harmful fake news and protecting freedom of speech and the information flow is both important and challenging. Vaccines are one area where misinformation can directly cause harm. When misrepresentation leads people to refuse vaccines, disease outbreaks can happen, causing harm, even deaths, and imposing costs on the community. The tort of negligent misrepresentation that causes physical harm appears a custom-made remedy for those affected. However, courts—appropriately— narrowed the tort to protect freedom of speech and the flow of information. This Article uses an especially egregious example of anti-vaccine misrepresentation to examine the boundaries ...


Access To Health Care: What A Difference Shades Of Color Make, Gwendolyn R. Majette Oct 2019

Access To Health Care: What A Difference Shades Of Color Make, Gwendolyn R. Majette

Gwendolyn R. Majette

No abstract provided.


Cash Me Outside, Howbow Dah?–An Alternative To Wasteful Medical Spending In Terminally Ill Patients, Christopher Neal Loy, Jr. Oct 2019

Cash Me Outside, Howbow Dah?–An Alternative To Wasteful Medical Spending In Terminally Ill Patients, Christopher Neal Loy, Jr.

Florida Law Review

The U.S. health care system is an inefficient machine that is burdened by overconsumption and wasteful spending. The system has long defaulted into maximizing the quantity of life over quality—a choice influenced by corporations that stand to profit with every additional procedure. To stymie health care spending and attempt to restore the true cost of treatment to patients, this Note proposes an alternative to how health insurers provide options to terminally ill cancer patients by offering a partial cash rebate to forgo any life-extending measures. The patient would be free to leave his or her legacy, the health ...


Investing In The Ill: The Need To Curb Third-Party Payment Of Qualified Health Plan Premiums, Brad M. Beall Oct 2019

Investing In The Ill: The Need To Curb Third-Party Payment Of Qualified Health Plan Premiums, Brad M. Beall

Florida Law Review

Hospitals and physicians have begun encouraging their high-cost patients to switch from Medicare or Medicaid to government-subsidized Qualified Health Plans by offering to pay their insurance premiums. Providers make these third-party payments because insurance payouts are much higher under Qualified Health Plans than under Medicare or Medicaid. However, this practice is not always in the best interests of patients, issuers, and the health-care Marketplace. This Note delineates the regulatory responses to this issue, as well as the various advantages and disadvantages that stem from the practice in different contexts. This Note argues that a federal criminal statute is needed to ...


Strike Down Obamacare, Says Justice Department, Saikrishna B. Prakash, Neal Devins Oct 2019

Strike Down Obamacare, Says Justice Department, Saikrishna B. Prakash, Neal Devins

Neal E. Devins

No abstract provided.


Population Law And Policy: From Control And Contraception To Equity And Equality, Victoria Mather Oct 2019

Population Law And Policy: From Control And Contraception To Equity And Equality, Victoria Mather

St. Mary's Law Journal

Abstract forthcoming


Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review Sep 2019

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tax, Class, Women, And Elder Care, Nancy E. Shurtz Sep 2019

Tax, Class, Women, And Elder Care, Nancy E. Shurtz

Seattle University Law Review

As the fastest-growing urban area in the United States—and due to its emerging national influence in commercial real estate development and leasing through transformational transactions such as Amazon’s recently completed national HQ2 search—the City of Seattle and related Washington State laws addressing the use of dual agency in commercial transactions present a unique backdrop for examining the findings and recommendations from a 2014 commercial real estate conflicts of interest research study and attendant report, described below, more than four years after its publication. In November 2014, a published research study report made a number of key observations ...


The Anti-Competitive Potential Of Cross-Market Mergers In Health Care, Jaime S. King, Erin C. Fuse Brown Sep 2019

The Anti-Competitive Potential Of Cross-Market Mergers In Health Care, Jaime S. King, Erin C. Fuse Brown

Erin C. Fuse Brown

Health care consolidation in the United States has been widespread at all levels and across all entities. This consolidation has extended beyond horizontal mergers of hospitals or other providers to include out-of-market mergers, or cross-market mergers. Cross-market mergers include the merger or acquisition of any health care entity that does not directly compete with the acquiring entity in the same product or geographic market. Antitrust enforcers have historically had little in the way of market theory, economic models, or empirical data to inform their analyses on the potential impacts of cross-market mergers on competition. However, recent developments in economic theory ...


Mental Illness And Danger To Self, Cynthia V. Ward Sep 2019

Mental Illness And Danger To Self, Cynthia V. Ward

Cynthia V. Ward

No abstract provided.


Brief Of Thirteen Law Professors As Amici Curiae In Support Of The Petitioners, Nathan B. Oman, John D. Adams, Matthew A. Fitzgerald Sep 2019

Brief Of Thirteen Law Professors As Amici Curiae In Support Of The Petitioners, Nathan B. Oman, John D. Adams, Matthew A. Fitzgerald

Nathan B. Oman

No abstract provided.


Brief Of Law Professors Bruce P. Frohnen, Robert P. George, Alan J. Meese, Michael P. Moreland, Nathan B. Oman, Michael Stokes Paulsen, Rodney K. Smith, Steven D. Smith, And O. Carter Snead As Amici Curiae In Support Of The Petitioners, Nathan B. Oman, John D. Adams, Matthew A. Fitzgerald Sep 2019

Brief Of Law Professors Bruce P. Frohnen, Robert P. George, Alan J. Meese, Michael P. Moreland, Nathan B. Oman, Michael Stokes Paulsen, Rodney K. Smith, Steven D. Smith, And O. Carter Snead As Amici Curiae In Support Of The Petitioners, Nathan B. Oman, John D. Adams, Matthew A. Fitzgerald

Nathan B. Oman

No abstract provided.


Office Hours: How Healthy Is Health Law?, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Stacy E. Kern-Scheerer Sep 2019

Office Hours: How Healthy Is Health Law?, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Stacy E. Kern-Scheerer

Stacy Kern-Scheerer

February 13, 2018: Today’s guest is William & Mary Law School Professor Stacy Kern-Scheerer who talks about her experience drafting legislation like the Affordable Care Act, and the status of Obamacare after the repeal of the individual mandate. We also discuss pressing topics like how many legs does a stool need to remain standing.


The Cosmetic/Drug Dilemma: Fda Regulation Of Alpha-Hydroxy Acids, Laura A. Heymann Sep 2019

The Cosmetic/Drug Dilemma: Fda Regulation Of Alpha-Hydroxy Acids, Laura A. Heymann

Laura A. Heymann

No abstract provided.


Why Congress Did Not Think About The Constitution When Enacting The Affordable Care Act, Neal Devins Sep 2019

Why Congress Did Not Think About The Constitution When Enacting The Affordable Care Act, Neal Devins

Neal E. Devins

No abstract provided.


How Planned Parenthood V. Casey (Pretty Much) Settled The Abortion Wars, Neal Devins Sep 2019

How Planned Parenthood V. Casey (Pretty Much) Settled The Abortion Wars, Neal Devins

Neal E. Devins

More than twenty-one years after Robert Bork's failed Supreme Court nomination and seventeen years after Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey, the rhetoric of abortion politics remains unchanged. Pro-choice interests, for example, argue that states are poised to outlaw abortion and that Roe v. Wade is vulnerable to overruling. In this Essay, I will debunk those claims. First, I will explain how Casey's approval of limited abortion rights reflected an emerging national consensus in 1992. Second, I will explain why the Supreme Court is unlikely to risk political backlash by formally modifying Casey- either by restoring the ...


Legislative And Executive Branch Developments Affecting The United States Department Of Agriculture Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Sheila Fleischhacker, Alyssa Moran, Sara N. Bleich Sep 2019

Legislative And Executive Branch Developments Affecting The United States Department Of Agriculture Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Sheila Fleischhacker, Alyssa Moran, Sara N. Bleich

Journal of Food Law & Policy

For more than forty years, the United States Department of Agriculture Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP; formerly Food Stamps) has offered nutrition assistance to nearly forty million eligible individuals and families each month. This article first provides a brief overview of the evolution of the United States’ largest domestic food security and nutrition safety net program. Then, the article reviews Congressional actions taken regarding SNAP during the 2018 Farm Bill deliberations, appropriations for fiscal years 2017 through 2020, and oversight (in)activities. The article focuses on Congressional activities regarding block grants; participant eligibility; benefit adequacy, issuance, and redemption; and strengthening ...


Federal Regulation Of Pesticide Residues: A Brief History And Analysis, Kate Z. Graham Sep 2019

Federal Regulation Of Pesticide Residues: A Brief History And Analysis, Kate Z. Graham

Journal of Food Law & Policy

In the United States today, there are over 900 pesticides in use1 and over 400 are approved for use in food production, whether used as part of the growing process or in post-harvest handling. Although the history of pesticide use in food crops goes back centuries, the post-war period has seen an enormous growth in the varieties and amounts of pesticides used in our food system. As our reliance on pesticides has grown, pesticides have become a divisive issue. Pesticide advocates view them as essential to a secure and reliable food supply needed to feed a growing world population. Detractors ...


Blockchain Meets Genomics: Governance Considerations For Promoting Food Safety And Public Health, Walter G. Johnson Sep 2019

Blockchain Meets Genomics: Governance Considerations For Promoting Food Safety And Public Health, Walter G. Johnson

Journal of Food Law & Policy

Foodborne illness remains an ongoing public health challenge in both the developing and industrialized worlds. In the United States, almost 50 million reported cases of infectious disease occur every year from a food product, resulting in substantial morbidity and mortality with economic burdens to health care and productivity. Despite recognition as a leader in food safety, the U.S. experiences longstanding and novel issues in food safety. Advances in whole genome sequencing (WGS) promise to bolster food safety regulators’ capabilities to identify pathogens and determine their source. However, inefficiencies in tracing food products through the supply chain remain.


The Clash Of Agricultural Exceptionalism And The First Amendment: A Discussion Of Kansas' Ag-Gag Law, Meredith Kaufman Sep 2019

The Clash Of Agricultural Exceptionalism And The First Amendment: A Discussion Of Kansas' Ag-Gag Law, Meredith Kaufman

Journal of Food Law & Policy

Since the Nation’s founding, agricultural production has been treated differently than other industries. This concept, known as “agricultural exceptionalism,” has manifested in many different ways throughout U.S. history. Since the 1990s, one manifestation of agricultural exceptionalism has been the enactment of “Ag-gag laws,” state laws that limit information gathering activities at animal production facilities. Ag-gag laws are frequently criticized by animal welfare advocates and legal scholars for seeking to shield animal production facilities from public scrutiny, a state-sanctioned protection not afforded to other industries.


Consumer Power To Change The Food System? A Critical Reading Of Food Labels As Governance Spaces: The Case Of Acai Berry Superfoods, Christine Parker, Hope Johnson, Janine Curll Sep 2019

Consumer Power To Change The Food System? A Critical Reading Of Food Labels As Governance Spaces: The Case Of Acai Berry Superfoods, Christine Parker, Hope Johnson, Janine Curll

Journal of Food Law & Policy

This article argues that the marketing claims on food labels are a governance space worthy of critical examination. We use a case study of superfood açaí berry products to illustrate how marketing claims on food labels encapsulate dominant neoliberal constructions of global food systems. These marketing claims implicitly promise that by making careful choices consumers can resist and redress the ravages of unbridled global capitalism. Food labels suggest that consumers can use market signals to simultaneously govern our own selves and the market to ensure sustainable, fair, and healthy consumption. In response, this article develops, justifies and applies a socio-legal ...


Ultramax Testo Enhancer An Overview Of Natural Testosterone Boosters & Where To Buy In Usa!, Ultramax Testo Enhancer Sep 2019

Ultramax Testo Enhancer An Overview Of Natural Testosterone Boosters & Where To Buy In Usa!, Ultramax Testo Enhancer

Ultramax Testo Enhancer

Testosterone makes men what they are, which may be a fact that has been noticed by countless individuals. If a person's testosterone concentrations are too low then what subsequent changes will manifest themselves, if it does of course make them what they're? Ultramax Testo Enhancer document will start off with a review of the most vital warning signs related to lessened testosterone concentrations, and then take into account the key reasons why it's while not a doubt additional desirable to select products primarily based on natural ingredients vs ones based totally on artificial chemicals. Finally, exactly what ...


The Children We Abandon: Religious Exemptions To Child Welfare And Education Law As Denials Of Equal Protection To Children Of Religious Objectors, James G. Dwyer Sep 2019

The Children We Abandon: Religious Exemptions To Child Welfare And Education Law As Denials Of Equal Protection To Children Of Religious Objectors, James G. Dwyer

James G. Dwyer

The story of children who die because their parents, in observance of their own religious principles, withhold conventional medical treatment from them is a familiar one. In this Article, James G. Dwyer shows that the phenomenon of parents denying secular benefits to their children for religious reasons goes far beyond these few highly publicized cases, extending into the realm of education as well as medical care. Moreover, Dr. Dwyer shows that the federal and state governments endorse this practice by statutorily exempting 'religious objector' parents from otherwise generally applicable compulsory child care and education laws. He argues that courts addressing ...


Informed Consent For Neonatal Circumcision: An Ethical And Legal Conundrum, J. Steven Svoboda, Robert S. Van Howe, James G. Dwyer Sep 2019

Informed Consent For Neonatal Circumcision: An Ethical And Legal Conundrum, J. Steven Svoboda, Robert S. Van Howe, James G. Dwyer

James G. Dwyer

No abstract provided.


Preserving A Precious Resource: Rationalizing The Use Of Antibiotics, Eric Kades Sep 2019

Preserving A Precious Resource: Rationalizing The Use Of Antibiotics, Eric Kades

Eric A. Kades

No abstract provided.


Liberty Without Capacity: Why States Should Ban Adolescent Driving, Vivian E. Hamilton Sep 2019

Liberty Without Capacity: Why States Should Ban Adolescent Driving, Vivian E. Hamilton

Vivian E. Hamilton

No abstract provided.


Kairos And Safe Havens: The Timing And Calamity Of Unwanted Birth, Susan Ayres Sep 2019

Kairos And Safe Havens: The Timing And Calamity Of Unwanted Birth, Susan Ayres

Susan Ayres

It is impossible to know the number of infants killed or illegally abandoned at birth. No official reporting requirements exist, but conservative estimates claim that in the United States, 150-300 infants are killed within twenty-four hours of life and that over 100 infants are illegally abandoned. Beginning in 1999, in an effort to stem the problem of neonaticide and illegal abandonment, states began enacting laws to legalize abandonment. By 2008, all fifty states had enacted safe haven laws, which allow parents to anonymously abandon newborns by delivering them to designated providers, such as hospitals. This article provides a practical and ...


Constitutional Dilemmas: Health-Care Reform Legislation, Allison Orr Larsen Sep 2019

Constitutional Dilemmas: Health-Care Reform Legislation, Allison Orr Larsen

Allison Orr Larsen

No abstract provided.


Humanizing Work Requirements For Safety Net Programs, Mary Leto Pareja Sep 2019

Humanizing Work Requirements For Safety Net Programs, Mary Leto Pareja

Pace Law Review

This Article explores the political and policy appeal of work requirements for public benefit programs and concludes that inclusion of such requirements can be a reasonable design choice, but not in their current form. This Article’s proposals attempt to humanize these highly controversial work requirements while acknowledging the equity concerns they are designed to address. Drawing on expansive definitions of “work” found in guidance published by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (“CMS”) and in various state waiver applications, this Article proposes that work requirements be approved for Medicaid (as well as other benefit programs) only if they encompass ...