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Pub. Health L. & Pol. J: Vol. 2 (2005-2006)
1. "The Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, And Modernization Act of 2003: POOR Medicine or Just What the Doctor Ordered?"
[view] [pdf] Shannon Ginther
2. "Hijacking Federalism: Evaluating the Conflict Between the Federal Controlled Substances Act and Hawaii’s Medical Marijuana Law? "
[view] [pdf] Micah Sadoyama
3. "Seeds of Change: An Evaluation of Intellectual Property Rights in GMOs"
[view] [pdf] Peter Whitfield
4. "Unmasking Phantom Damages in Hawai`i: Limiting Recoverable Medical Expenses to the Amount Paid by Medicaid; An Examination of Bynum v. Magno"
[view] [pdf] Noelle Catalan
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