Wednesday, November 24, 2021
Tuesday December 7, 2021 at 3-4:15pm ET (UTC-5).
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Across the country, states run hospitals that enforce religious doctrine. Sepper and Nelson trace these hospitals to the intersection between dramatic changes in the political economy of health care and in Religious Clause doctrine. They develop a “Religion Law and Political Economy (RLPE)” perspective to point the way toward a set of concrete reform measures, from state "insourcing" of social services to embracing competition policy to transacting for church-state separation.
Presented by APPEAL’s Constituting and Constitutionalizing Political Economy group, www.politicaleconomylaw.org. All are welcome.