To build the evidence for public health law and policy, and translate research findings into practical tools that policy-makers, public health practitioners, and leaders in other fields and venues can use to increase the support for and use of law to improve and protect health.
- $327,211.00 awarded to Multnomah County Health Department - Assessing public health consequences and costs of privatization of liquor sales in Washington state
- $150,000.00 awarded to University of Iowa College of Public Health - Evaluating Iowa's anti-bullying legislation for compliance and impact
- $149,859.00 awarded to Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health - Assessing the role of state health departments and employees in state law and policy development
- $148,042.00 awarded to Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics - Examining the public health consequences of Michigan's requirement of parental consent for research use of dried blood samples from newborns
- $149,980.00 awarded to ChangeLab Solutions - Examining the impact on population health of state pre-emption of local tobacco control