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All Politics are Local: Preemption and Public Health

January 2016

Marjorie Paloma, Director, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

To accelerate progress toward healthier communities, one of the most important things foundations can do is protect local control by helping their grantees, policymakers, public health advocates and the general public “get smart” about preemption.


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