Howard Law Journal Symposium: “Health Care Reform and Vulnerable Communities: Can We Afford It? Can We Afford to Live Without It?”

Howard Law Journal Symposium: “Health Care Reform and Vulnerable Communities: Can We Afford It? Can We Afford to Live Without It?” available as a single PDF here.  The articles in the issue are:

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

REMARKS By Honorable Donna M. Christensen

ARTICLES

TAX-EXEMPT HOSPITALS, COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS AND ADDRESSING DISPARITIES By Mary Crossley

LESS TALK MORE ACTION: ACCELERATING INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES TO ELIMINATE RACIAL AND ETHNIC HEALTH DISPARITIES By Stephen B. Thomas, Craig S. Fryer, Mary A. Garza, James Butler, III, Erica T. Casper, Sandra C. Quinn

ABORTION, CONTRACEPTION AND THE ACA: THE REALIGNMENT OF WOMEN’S HEALTH By Lisa C. Ikemoto

MEDICAID ACCESS, RATE SETTING AND PAYMENT SUITS: HOW THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION IS UNDERMINING ITS OWN HEALTH REFORM GOALS By Brietta R. Clark

SECTION 1557 OF THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: CIVIL RIGHTS, HEALTH REFORM, RACE, AND EQUITY By Sidney D. Watson

GLOBAL HEALTH LAW NORMS AND THE PPACA FRAMEWORK TO ELIMINATE HEALTH DISPARITIES By Gwendolyn Roberts Majette

THE PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT OF 2010 AND THE REQUIREMENT TO MAINTAIN MINIMUM ESSENTIAL COVERAGE (INDIVIDUAL MANDATE): CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES AND POTENTIAL IMPACT ON HEALTH POLICY By Perry W. Payne, Jr.

MIXED MESSAGES: THE INTERSECTION OF PRENATAL GENETIC TESTING AND ABORTION By Rachel Rebouché and Karen Rothenberg

NOTES & COMMENTS

DEFENDING ACCESS TO COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES IN THE WAKE OF THE “GREAT RECESSION” By Sharaya L. Cabansag

A FIGHTING CHANCE: INEQUITIES IN CHARTER SCHOOL FUNDING AND STRATEGIES FOR ACHIEVING EQUAL ACCESS TO PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDS By Jeanette M. Curtis

AMERICA’S RELIGIOUS VALUES AT CROSSROADS: LIFTING THE VEIL ON ZONING DECISIONS TO ENSURE VICTORY FOR THE AMERICA OF THE CONSTITUTION AND RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE By Nurudeen Elias 

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