Government intervention in health policymaking allows for systematic reform and a comprehensive and coordinated approach to addressing market failures and deficiencies.
Which of the following statements is not true about the development of legislation at the federal level?
The legislative and judicial branches are responsible for overseeing enacted legislation, while the executive branch is not.
The executive branch at the federal level
Once the House and Senate have approved an identical bill, the president must either sign or veto the legislation.