This project explores how legal and public health decision makers use law in critical public health emergencies to protect populations from significant morbidity and mortality.
This study will analyze the impact of restorative justice on offender health, using a unique dataset from a randomized control trial of restorative justice practices in Australia.
State and local governments make important decisions about how resources and services — including public health services — are provided to citizens. This study will examine how these decisions impact population health.
In 2011, governors and conservative legislatures in four of 11 states with state-run monopoly spirits sales pushed to shift to private sales at many more outlets, while Georgia voted on allowing off-premises alcohol sales on Sundays.