• What is the “Right” to Health Care Worth? It Depends

    16 days ago - By THCB

    By MIKE MAGEE
    In my course this Fall at the University of Hartford, titled “The Right to Health Care and the U.S. Constitution”, we have concentrated on the power of words, of precedents, and the range of interests with which health has been encumbered over several hundred years.
    The topic has been an eye-opener on many levels. On the most basic level, it is already clear that the value of this “right” depends heavily on your definition of “health.”
    We've highlighted three definitions worth sharing here.
    The first is attributed to Eleanor Roosevelt. In 1948, as lead for the United Nations...
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