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Links by subject. Under Specialized Research Guide is a link for Health Law: http://www.law.umaryland.edu/marshall/researchguides/specialtypages/healthresources.html incl primary law materials, agency links, state health care policy, assns, health sites
Employment/Labor, Environment/Safety, Product Liability and under Health Care (~ middle of page), 3 good resources: *Health Law Reporter reports new opinions *HealthCare policy scans publications daily *Health Law & Business Library
Highlights each day's action in each chamber: measures introduced, reported, passed, or under consideration. Includes statements published in the Extensions of Remarks of the Congressional Record, list of committee meetings that day and the next.
Developed by the Center for Health Improvement, this website provides evidence-based, peer-reviewed policy guidance and resources to support advocacy and decision-making at the state and local levels. (from PH Partners annotation)
This group conducts studies to evaluate public health preparedness policy options for governmental officials at the state, local, and federal levels within the U.S., Public Health Ministries overseas, and for the private sector
Focuses on the pressing health and health care issues facing our country. The Foundation works with a diverse group of organizations and individuals to identify solutions and achieve comprehensive, meaningful and timely change
Changed 11/19/13 from THOMAS.gov to Congress.gov. Includes Congressional Record and Current Legislative issues, plus a summary of the legislative process. Easy way to check who voted for and against any piece of legislatiion in either house.
s in law reviews, bar association journals, Citations to article legal newspapers, international legal journals, and law-related articles from business and general interest journals published since 1980.
Free access to government literature from all 3 branches of the US government.via this US Govt Publishing Office site. Searchable and browsable. Majority of documents seem in Spring 2017 to date from 1980s or 1990s.
First appeared, 1993 but revised fall 2010 to reflect changes appearing in 4th ed of ALWD (Association of Legal Writing Directors) Citation Manual and 19th ed of The Bluebook, both published earlier in 2010, and recent developments in law publishing and citation rules of individual U.S. jurisdictions.