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Will Onerous Regulations Stay Gone after COVID?

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When states suspended regulations to better equip private actors for handling COVID-19, it raised an important question: Why did we have them to begin with? Sal Nuzzo of the James Madison Institute comments on some of the bright spots in healthcare during the pandemic.


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