This brief provides an annotated list of organizations and agencies that monitor trends in state and federal policies related to the 21 Critical Health Objectives. While multiple policymaking venues exist within the U.S. political system, this brief focuses on federal and state legislation. This publication has been updated from the 2005 version.
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