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By Lisa Yu June 18, 2018
Over the past few years, calorie labeling on menus in many restaurants has become the standard after the federal government passed a new food labeling law that became effective on December 1, 2015. While it seems like this is a great idea, does this regulation really having the positive effect we're hoping for?
By Isabella Harnick June 18, 2018
The Trump Administration has recently decided to allow states to impose work requirements for Medicaid enrollees in an effort to incentivize work. However, incorporating work requirements can undermine its intended goal and threaten the coverage of millions of Americans
By Evin Rothschild June 18, 2018
Even with clarification in the new spending bill stating the CDC can do research on gun violence, no money has been allocated for investigators to do this research. Without substantial data, no effective policy measure can be designed to combat gun violence in the United States.
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