Foreword - Creighton Law Review
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Nelson, E. Benjamin
FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Few issues considered by policymakers catch the attention of the public more than health care. This premise was validated in the last election as virtually every candidate seeking public office addressed, either out of genuine concern or as a result of publicly-induced queries, a spectrum of health-care related issues. Candidates espoused the importance of prescription drug coverage and the protection of Medicare, and they debated details of what an effective Patients' Bill of Rights would include. This has proven true in my first months as a United States Senator, as the Senate has already focused on issues such as the Patients' Bill of Rights and Medicare funding...
34 Creighton L. Rev. 893 (2000-2001)
Creighton University School of Law