For academics, federalism (the enduring tension between the states and the federal government for primary in formulating and implementing policy) is an endlessly fascinating source of debate and the focal point for constitutional analysis. But federalism is far more than an academic or intellectual exercise. Which level of government takes responsibility for a given issue […]
By Lester Feder
Alan Weil is the executive director of the National Academy for State Health Policy. The O’Neill Institute’s Lester Feder spoke with him about federalism and health reform on October 15. Alan Weil: I’m very interested in the federalism aspect. Federalism is sort of a meta-issue, in the sense that the question of the allocation of […]
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