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Should the consumer have the "right to know", or are nanotech food labels unnecessary and unhelpful?
This cases poses a hypothetical debate over efforts at the U.S. state level to mandate labels on food products containing or packaged in materials containing engineered nanomaterials.
After 5 cyclist fatalities in 16 months, city leaders decided something needed to be done.
Bicycling and Coast City is a comprehensive case study based upon a fictionalized city on the central coast of a Western state.
This case exercise will help students learn to:
- Scan the environment (internal and external) in which a program operates, and identify the key players whose support or opposition can support or hinder program implementation;
- Recognize some common obstacles in translating a policy decision into a successful program; and
- Think about the use of training as one leverage point in changing a service delivery system.
Summary: Basic Health is a state-sponsored program providing health insurance coverage to low-income families in Washington state.