15 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/rwulr15 and id is 1 raw text is: ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY
LAW REVIEW
VOLUME FIFTEEN SPRING 2010                     NUMBER ONE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES                                                    Page
Three Perspectives on Health Care Reform: National
Health Care Reform, Health Care Reforms in Other States,
and Implications for Health Care Reform in Rhode Island
.......Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Roberts,
Lindsay McAllister, William Coon        1
The Vital Role of the Rhode Island Family Court and its
Unique Jurisdiction in Immigration Cases Involving Abused
and Neglected Children  ...............Laureen A. D'Ambra     24
The Health Care Debate: If Lack of Tort Reform is Part of the
Problem, Federalized Protection for Peer Review Needs to be
Part of the Solution............ Patricia A. Sullivan, Jon M. Anderson  41
Readability, Contracts of Recurring Use, and the Problem
of Ex Post Judicial Governance of Health Insurance
Policies.    ......................... John Aloysius Cogan Jr. 93
Certificate of Need Over Hospitals in Rhode Island: A
Forty-Year Retrospective          .................Gerard R. Goulet 127
NOTES & COMMENTS
Chambers v. Ormiston: The Harmful and Discriminatory
Avoidance of the Laws of Comity and Public Policy for
Valid Same-Sex Marriages...................Jared B. Arader 187
Offshore Wind Energy in the United States: Regulations,
Recommendations, and Rhode Island.............Jacqueline S. Rolleri 217

2009 SURVEY OF RHODE ISLAND LAW

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