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Federal Privacy Laws

These legal snapshots give an overview of the basic legal requirements of different federal data protection laws

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2019 Public Health Law Summit

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October 3-4, Plymouth, MI

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Executive Action as a Tool for Promoting Evidence-Based Public Health Decision-Making

Gubernatorial executive orders and directives can serve as powerful tools for furthering public health goals. In addition to directing public health agency activities, establishing policies and priorities, and responding to emergencies, executive orders or directives can also play a role in shaping agency culture to promote effective public health decision-making.

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State Regulations of Hemp Products and Manufacturing

The Agricultural Improvement Act (AIA) of 2018 legalized the manufacturing of industrial hemp and its derivatives, including cannabidiol (CBD), a nonpsychoactive compound that research has shown can be used to treat certain health conditions, including epileptic seizures, anxiety and insomnia. A technical assistance requester recently asked the Network for information on states’ role in regulating CBD products.

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Stronger Together in 2019

A Message from the Network National Director

"In 2019, our focus is on joint initiatives at the systemic and community levels that improve health and health equity." - Donna Levin, JD, National Director of the Network for Public Health Law.

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