The Network for Public Health Law

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Public health laws are critical because they can dramatically improve the health of a population, and in a relatively short period of time. But knowing how to enforce, implement or change a law is complex and time-consuming and requires specialized expertise. The Network for Public Health Law (Network) provides that assistance, along with resources and training to public health officials, practitioners, advocates and attorneys so that they can make full use of the law as a tool to improve health outcomes.


Stan's Question: Has anyone sued the Supreme Court over it's many decisions supporting Corporate Personhood for the losses in public health caused by the Court's favoritism of wealthy people over the rest of the population? (Favoring Property over Public Good) Such losses could possibly be counted in trillions of dollars.