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The Increasing Weight Of Regulation: Countries Combat The Global Obesity Epidemic, Allyn L. Taylor, Emily Whelan Parento, Laura A. Schmidt Jan 2015

The Increasing Weight Of Regulation: Countries Combat The Global Obesity Epidemic, Allyn L. Taylor, Emily Whelan Parento, Laura A. Schmidt

Indiana Law Journal

Obesity is a global epidemic, exacting an enormous human and economic toll. In the absence of a comprehensive global governance strategy, states have increasingly employed a wide array of legal strategies targeting the drivers of obesity. This Article identifies recent global trends in obesity-related legislation and makes the normative case for an updated global governance strategy.

National governments have responded to the epidemic both by strengthening traditional interventions and by developing novel legislative strategies. This response consists of nine important trends: (1) strengthened and tailored tax measures; (2) broadened use of counter-advertising and health campaigns; (3) expanded food labeling; (4 ...


Examining The Underlying Purposes Of Municipal And Statewide Smoking Bans, Mark J. Horvick Jul 2005

Examining The Underlying Purposes Of Municipal And Statewide Smoking Bans, Mark J. Horvick

Indiana Law Journal

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Statutes Limiting Mental Health Professional's Liability For The Violent Acts Of Their Patients, Michael R. Geske Apr 1989

Statutes Limiting Mental Health Professional's Liability For The Violent Acts Of Their Patients, Michael R. Geske

Indiana Law Journal

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