Federalism and bioethics: states and moral pluralism
Fossett, James W.
Ouellette, Alicia R.
Hastings Center Report 2007 November-December; 37(6): 24-35
Bioethicists are often interested mostly in national standards and institutions, but state governments have historically overseen a wide range of bioethical issues and share responsibility with the federal government for still others. States ought to have an important role. By allowing for multiple outcomes, the American federal system allows a better fit between public opinion and public policies.
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