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Chapman Law in the Media: March 26-April 1

April 1, 2012 by | Faculty

Professor Caso made a radio appearance on KPCC to discuss Obama’s Affordable Care Act.  Listen to the radio appearance here.  He was also quoted in an article entitled “The Orange County Register: Justice Kennedy drives debate on mandate” in the Orange County Register.  Read the article here. Professor Rotunda published an op-ed entitled “Ronald Rotunda:

Chapman Law in the Media: March 12-25

March 25, 2012 by | Faculty

Professor Rotunda was quoted in an article entitled “Federal court says French must play by American rules” in LegalNewsline.  Read about it here. Professor Eastman was quoted in an article entitled “Health care law brawl arrives at Supreme Court steps” on FoxNews.com.  Read his remarks here. Professor Caso was quoted in a column entitled “Brian

OC Register Quotes Professor Mainero

April 1, 2010 by | Faculty

Professor Mario Mainero, visiting associate professor and former chief of staff for Orange County supervisor John Moorlach, was recently quoted in a column in the Orange County Register regarding funding for Planned Parenthood’s proposed breast health care clinic. Read the article here.

Professor Campbell Comments on Health Insurance

September 24, 2009 by | Faculty

Visiting Professor and gubernatorial candidate Tom Campbell recently laid out a plan to provide health insurance for all Californians that will not increase taxes. Campbell favors the interstate sale of medical insurance to drive down costs and the repeal of anti-trust exemption for insurance. Read the Orange County Register article here.

Students Published on Health Care Proposals

October 26, 2008 by | Student Life

The Los Angeles Daily Journal published two op-eds written by Chapman Law students analyzing the presidential candidates’ health care proposals. In a full page point-counterpoint piece that appeared in the October 17, 2008 issue, “A Healthy Debate” featured the opinions of 3L student Shirley Peng and 2L student Edward Reid. Peng noted that John McCain’s plan only appeals

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