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See what people are saying about Health Policy and the Uninsured

Ann Arbor News, "Talk of the Town"
Wednesday, February 18, 2004

"Last week, U-M economist Catherine McLaughlin, who directs the U-M Economic Research Institute on the Uninsured, was in Washington to launch the institute's new book, Health Policy and the Uninsured, at the National Press Club."

University of Michigan School of Public Health, News Release
Thursday, February 12 , 2004

SPH professor Catherine McLaughlin, director of the Economic Research Initiative on the Uninsured, believes that a lack of consensus among researchers helped doom the push for national health coverage a decade ago.

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