As its title suggests, this Conference focuses on the health insurance problems of Ohioans and the public and private initiatives that seek solutions to that problem. Despite this focus on Ohio, the Conference proceedings are not overly parochial, but often examine the experience of other states and other societies to gain insights into Ohio's situation. Thus, these proceedings provide the reader with both a general consideration of the health insurance problem and a deeper exploration of one state's effort to address that problem.
Alan C. Weinstein, Proceedings of the Inaugural Conference of the Law & (and) Public Policy Program: An Introduction and Summary, Symposium: Ohioans without Health Insurance: How Big a Problem - Are there Solutions, 4 J.L. & Health 111 (1989-1990)