Embedding the Human Right to Health Care in U.S. State Constitutions: A Progress Review and Lessons for Advocates

Publication Date
January, 2009

Over recent years, health reform advocates in a number of U.S. states have run campaigns for including the human right to health care in state constitutions. This review summarizes these efforts, analyzes challenges common to this advocacy strategy, and offers key lessons learned. It examines cases from Massachusetts, Minnesota, Michigan, Oregon, North Carolina, and Florida.

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