I'm going to talk a little bit about just the big changes in the way that we make healthcare policy at the state and local level. The daily barrage of political information, the shutdown scandals, the tweets and tantrums on Cable News, make it difficult to see what I think have been some pretty big shifts in the water that makes up the way that we actually make healthcare policy and maybe lots of other policy. And if we're going to continue on this pathway, where not only do we have an expansion/non-expansion divergence, then we have a work requirement/non-work requirement divergence.
"All Health Care Is Local: Exploring the Roles of Cities and States in Health Care Delivery and Reform Keynote #2,"
Belmont Health Law Journal: Vol. 2
, Article 3.
Available at: https://repository.belmont.edu/healthlaw/vol2/iss1/3