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University of Arizona •

Preemption of Harm Reduction Practices During the US Opioid Crisis

Sara Joy Porter

Journal of Interpersonal Violence •

Disarming Intimate Partner Violence Offenders: An In-Depth Descriptive Analysis of Federal and State Firearm Prohibitor Laws in the United States, 1991–2016

Lindsay K. Cloud, Nadya Prood, Jennifer Ibrahim

Barcelona School of Economics Working Papers •

Do Evictions Increase Crime? Evidence from Nuisance Ordinances

Stefano Falcone

Utah Women's Health Review •

Disparities in Distance to Abortion Care Under Reversal of Roe v. Wade

Brenna C. Kelly, Simon C. Brewer, & Heidi A. Hanson

UCLA Electronic Theses and Dissertations •

State Laws on the Court Involvement during Initial Civil Commitment Proceedings and Rates of Psychiatric Inpatient Admissions in the United States

Gi Hye Lee

University of Massachusetts Boston ProQuest Dissertations Publishing •

Implementation of the Massachusetts Policy on Youth Sport-Related Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries: Perceptions of Key Personnel at Massachusetts Public and Charter Schools

Gretchen Anderson Kilbourne

Local Government Stuides •

Local autonomy: unconditional elites and conditional publics

Charles Breton, Jack Lucas, & Zack Taylor

American Journal of Public Health •

The Growing Importance of Self-Managed and Telemedicine Abortion in the United States: Medically Safe, but Legal Risk Remains

Patty Skuster & Heidi Moseson

Indiana University Department of Sociology •

A Qualitative Evaluation of Use, Access and Conerns with the First Legal Syringe Exchange Program in Indiana: Perspectives and Experiences of People who Inject Drugs in A Rural Comminity

Cameron A. McAlister

Pediatrics •

Variations in State Laws Governing School Reintegration Following Concussion

Leah L . Thompson, et al.

Community and Economic Development Discussion Paper, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta •

Rental Housing and Affordability in the Southeast: Data from the Sixth District

Ann Carpenter, Douglas White & Mary Hirt

Congress Files •

Forcing Out, Breaking In: Do Evictions Increase Crime?

Stefano Falcone

University of Maryland, College Park •

The Effects of HIV Criminalization Laws (and their enforcement) on HIV Risk Among Black and Hispanic Populations

Jessica Keralis

Journal of Urban Health •

Harm Reduction, By Mail: the Next Step in Promoting the Health of People Who Use Drugs

Bejamin T. Hayes, et al.

International Journal of Drug Policy •

Estimated effect of US state syringe sale policy on source of last-used injection equipment

Patrick Janulis, Barrett Montgomery, & James Anthony

Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics •

Involuntary Commitment as “Carceral-Health Service”: From Healthcare-to-Prison Pipeline to a Public Health Abolition Praxis

Rafik Wahbi & Leo Beletsky

University of Michigan •

Does Electoral Competition Deter Politicians From Adopting Good Policies?

Amanda I. Mauri and Charles R. Shipan

CATO Institute •

Drug Paraphernalia Laws Undermine Harm Reduction

Jeffrey A. Singer & Sophia Heimowitz

Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters •

Policy surveillance for a global analysis of national abortion laws

Patty Skuster, et al.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) •

Estimating eviction prevalence across the United States

Ashley Gromis, et al.

Portland State University •

The Impact of Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers Laws on Abortions and Births

Grace E. Arnold

Center for Retirement Research at Boston College •

What is the relationship between deprivation and child SSI participation?

Michael Levere, David Wittenburg, & Jeffrey Hemmeter

University of Nebraska Medical Center •

Local Public Health Legal Landscape Report

Christina Hitz

Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy •

Affordable Housing: Three Roadblocks to Regulatory Reform

Dwight Merriam

Scientific Data •

COVID-19 Open-Data a global-scale spatially granular meta-dataset for coronavirus disease

Oscar Wahltinez, et al.

Georgetown University •

The Individual and Joint Effects of State-Level Landlord-Tenant Policy on Mobility among Renters

Brianna Simone Anderson

Houston Journal of Health Law and Policy •

Legal Epidemiology for Racial Health Equity

To Nhu Huynh

American Journal of Public Health •

Harassment of Health Officials: A Significant Threat to the Public’s Health

Michael Fraser

Public Health Reports •

Medicaid Coverage for Podiatric Care: A National Survey

Thomas W. Brewer, Godslove K. Bonnah, James S. Cairns, Bethany G. Lanese, Joshua Waimberg

Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy •

An Exploratory QUALquan Comparison of Patient-Centeredness Priorities in Outpatient Care for Patients and Pharmacists

Anthony W. Olson, et al.