whole, the author examines the connection between structural reform litigation and
federal agency enforcement in both the Medicaid and Marketplace contexts.
The entire Annals of Health Law Editorial Staff would like to thank the distinguished
group of authors who contributed their extraordinary talent and abundance of knowledge
to this outstanding issue of the Annals of Health Law. This issue is the product of
exceptional collaboration, enthusiasm, and professionalism on their part. The Editorial
Board and I would like to thank each and every member of the Annals team, without
whom this issue would not have been the success that it is. I would also like to express
my gratitude to my Executive Board members, Leighanne Root, Jean Liu, Adrienne
Saltz, Matthew Brothers, Jessica Wolf, and Ashley Huntington, all of whom showed a
level of unwavering commitment and passion for this publication throughout the entire
process. Lastly, we would like to thank the incredible staff at the Beazley Institute for
Health Law and Policy for their continued support in all of our endeavors.
We sincerely hope that you enjoy reading the Winter 2015 Issue of the Annals of Health
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