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New Frontiers in Homemade Food

Written by Amy Hoover, FLPC summer intern and Cottage Food Laws in America report co-author An innovative bill on the verge of being signed into law in California could create a new frontier in the state laws that allow cooks […]

29 Little Ways to Cut Back on Food Waste

Prevention magazine recently wrote an article full of ideas to reduce food waste, quoting FLPC Director Emily Broad Leib in the article.   Excerpt below: Give milk the sniff test Think the “sell by” or “use by” dates are there […]

Take Two Carrots and Call Me in the Morning

Originally published by Stateline for Pew Charitable Trust on September 7, 2018. Written by Marsha Mercer. Half a century after Americans began fighting hunger with monthly food stamps, the nation’s physicians and policymakers are focusing more than ever on what’s […]

FLPC Welcomes New Clinical Fellow, Brian Fink

The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic is welcoming a new clinical fellow to the team. Brian Fink joins the clinic in September 2018 as a Clinical Fellow. Brian was the Farm and Food Legal Fellow at Yale Law School. […]

FLPC Releases Cottage Food Laws in the United States Report

The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) announces a new report, Cottage Food Laws in the United States. Building on its 2013 report, FLPC’s new report examines trends in cottage food laws and provides recommendations to strengthen […]

Healthy Kids, Healthy Learning Symposium in Navajo Nation

This blog post was written by Amy Radding Hoover, summer intern with the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic. In July, Diné Food Sovereignty Alliance (DFSA) convened advocates from across Navajo Nation to discuss Farm to School — programs […]

CHLPI Welcomes New Team Member Rachel Landauer

The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation (CHLPI) welcomes Rachel Landauer to the team as a Clinical Fellow! Rachel graduated from UCLA School of Law in May 2016 as a member of the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law […]

FLPC Presents to Attendees of the Delta Regional Forum Conference Population Health, Development, and Entrepreneurial Problem Solving

This blog post was written by Kyla Kaplan and Tess Pocock, summer interns with the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic. On Wednesday, July 19th, FLPC interns Kyla Kaplan and Tess Pocock along with their clinical instructor Nicole Negowetti, […]

CMS may propose restarting $10B risk-adjustment payments

Originally published by Modern Healthcare on July 19, 2018. Written by Virgil Dickson. The CMS may soon restart making billions of dollars in risk-adjustment payments to insurance companies with plans on the individual market via a new rulemaking. The agency […]

Health Insurers Are Vacuuming Up Details About You — And It Could Raise Your Rates

Originally published by ProPublica and NPR on July 17, 2018. Written by Marshall Allen. To an outsider, the fancy booths at last month’s health insurance industry gathering in San Diego aren’t very compelling. A handful of companies pitching “lifestyle” data […]