The 2006 Massachusetts Health Reform Act: Can a Politically and Economically Feasible Health Care Plan Establish a Just Distribution of Health Care for the Poor?
AbstractThis essay considers whether the Massachusetts Health Reform Act ("Massachusetts Act" or "Act") can solve the problem of health insurance for the poor and near poor? In coming to a conclusion, this essay will focus on Constitutional challenges one could bring against the Massachusetts Act and address issues of political and financial feasibility and adequacy. [From Essay Focus]
Michael T. Schmitt is a member of the Class of 2007 of Washington and Lee University School of Law.
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