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The Test Case That Never Was

Advocates of block grants invariably cite Rhode Island as the poster child for block-granting Medicaid, but the reality is quite different.

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A New Approach to Addiction

Facing a dramatic upswing in overdoses and deaths related to heroin and prescription opioid painkillers, the Arlington Police Department hired a public health clinician to help create treatment and care plans for at-risk individuals.

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Paying for Public Art

Who should be responsible for the cost of public art and how? Local, state, and national public health departments can embrace the importance of public art.

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Economic Policy as Health Policy

Elizabeth Rigby and Megan Hatch evaluated eight common state economic policies to understand how they impact population health.

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Public Art as Public Health

Despite concerns about justifying spending on art when so many public needs are underfunded, studies demonstrate the concrete public health benefits of public art.

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