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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW REVIEW
Volume 58, Number 3, Summer, 2006

ARTICLES

Government Benefits and the Rule of Law: Toward a Standards-Based Theory of Judicial Review
Richard E. Levy and Sidney A. Shapiro

SYMPOSIUM

Cracks in the System: The Adequacy of the U.S. Health Care Regulation in a Global Age
Alex M. Azar, II

Can the Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Programs Meet the Challenges of Public Health Emergencies?
Eleanor D. Kinney

Emergency Preparedness for Hospitals and the Healthcare Marketplace
Charles Luband

Strengthening the Regional Health Care System
Daniel J. O’Brien

Public Health Preparedness in the 21st Century
Kim Elliott

The Alfonse and Gaston of Governmental Response to National Public Health Emergencies
Michael Greenberger

Legal Triage During Public Health Emergencies and Disasters
James G. Hodge, Jr.

Avian/Pandemic Flu Issues for Consideration and Pandemic Planning
Christa-Marie Singleton

Lessons from Disaster
Corrine Parver

Pandemic Influenza: Preparing for the Worst
Georges C. Benjamin

NOTES AND COMMENTS

The Perils of Body Art: FDA Regulation of Tattoo and Micropigmentation Pigments
Jessica C. Dixon

Safe or Sorry: How the Precautionary Principle Is Changing Europe’s Consumer Safety Regulation Regime and How the United States’ CPSC Must Take Notice
Anthony Sciascia

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

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Rob Ammons and David George

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