Students at the University of Kansas School of Law
This Symposium contribution argues that the national government ought to be in charge of most if not all healthcare regulation in the United States and that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act missed many opportunities to centralize regulatory authority in beneficial ways, leaving too much power in the hands of the states.
The Positive Case for Centralization in Health Care Regulation: The Federalism Failures of the ACA,
Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy
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