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Legal Analysis of Emergency Powers Given in Mississippi Law Regarding Pandemics and Bioterrorism
Richard White (ed)
Since the terrorist attacks on the U.S. occurred in 2001, many states have reviewed their public health laws to determine whether they could respond effectively to public health emergencies such as those caused by an act of bioterrorism. The possibility of flu pandemics has also raised concerns about the statesí capacity to meet the needs of their citizens. The Mississippi Legislature Joint Legislative Comm. on Performance-Evaluation & Expenditure Review (PEER) prepared this report in response to legislative concerns over the stateís authority & ability to respond to flu pandemics or acts of bioterrorism. PEER determined that some incremental changes should be made regarding emergency public health powers. Illustrations.
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