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    Medical Amnesty: A Closer Look

    Taibat Bello

    Has underage drinking on college campuses gotten to a point of no return? Some may say this question has validity, due to the implementation of new practices regarding drinking and drug ...

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    Obamacare's Effects

    Rachel Hatt

    When the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, was first passed into a law, it was praised by many due to the thinking that it would ...

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    Current Standings of Obamacare Implementation: A State Comparison

    Rachel Hatt

    While Michigan is on the path to expand Medicaid and to implement a partnership health exchange system under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), a recent report ...

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    The Current Standings of the Implementation of Obamacare in Michigan

    Rachel Hatt

    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as Obamacare, is causing many decisions to be debated by Michigan's legislature. Currently, the implementation of Michigan's health exchange ...

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    Obamacare and the Health Exchanges

    Rachel Hatt

    Under Barack Obama's new health care law, each state is required to decide whether or not to operate its own insurance exchange system. If a state chooses to not ...

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    Snyder plans to have children's BMI registered

    Jessica Pedersen

    As part of a major initiative for a healthier Michigan, Gov. Rick Snyder plans to have doctors collect BMI information about their patients under 18 and send the information sent to ...

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    Opinion: Health Care Reform Bill

    Leah Brynaert

    Commentary:

    In March of 2010, President Obama passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act. The purpose of this law is to help out uninsured and underinsured citizens of the ...

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    Will Stem Cell Research Amendment be Repealed?

    Leah Brynaert

    In March of 2009 President Obama signed an executive order that revised a previous policy concerning stem cell research. The previous policy, put in place by the Busch administration, only allowed ...

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    Michigan joins Lawsuit against Health Care Legislation

    Brandon Wolfe

    The ink was just barely dry when President Obama signed the historic Health Care legislation into law when Florida and 18 other states filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of ...

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    Federal Health Reform Implications for the State of Michigan

    Eva Yulita Nugraheni

    On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which had been passed by the House on March 21, 2010, into law. Besides, the Health Care ...

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    Kalamazoo Drug-Discovery Firm has the Potential to Change Lives

    Nicole Jurado

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH), the United States' medical research agency, has granted the Kalamazoo based firm NanoVir a five-year, $1.8 million dollar research project grant to research new antiviral ...

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    Energy Drinks- Should They be Allowed in Schools?

    Kelly Woodford



    From students to athletes, energy drinks have become the beverage of choice to help boost students performance. Aetena Health News has reported that Jim Heidenreich, vice president of marketing for Colorado-based ...

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    Obama & Employer Health Benefits Taxation

    Kelly Woodford

    During the 2008 Presidential Election candidate John McCain proposed a plan to tax health benefits employers provide to their workers. According to an editorial in The Detroit News, Barack Obama promised ...

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    Comittee Bills 4587-4600

    Kelly Woodford

    On March 18th, 2009 house bills 4597-4600 were brought to committee. These bills would require health insurance companies to cover mental health and substance abuse services. The National Association of Social Workers ...

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    Autism Debate

    Kelly Woodford

    Next week, a committee will vote on legislation bills 4183 and 4476. HB 4183 and HB 4476 are a pair of bills that require health insurance companies to cover treatments for ...

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    New in the Health Care Section

    Sarah Abramson

    Please check out the interesting links and articles in all these sections. I hope you find them helpful. The Current Issues section contains articles concerning recent health policy issues in Michigan: ...

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    Uncompensated Care: What are the consequences?

    Sarah Abramson

    While looking at recent news coverage of health policy issues in Michigan an article about the rising costs of uncompensated care caught my eye. I encourage you to take a look ...

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    Leah Brynaert is Health Care Fellow & Correspondent for the Michigan Policy Network. She is a first-year student in Lyman Briggs College at MSU.