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Apr 18th, 2014
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This discussion presents the opportunity for students to address the inequality of access to healthcare in the U.S. using moral and ethical reasoning.

  1. Question: From the viewpoint of a social justice activist present an argument to a congressional committee as to the ethical and moral reasons for supporting the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Through research, anticipate an item of debate that will be offered to you by the panel and use at least one ethical theory or perspective from the text to support your evidence of moral imperative.
Answer question only and provide reference for this question along.The purpose of this discussion is to offer students the opportunity to debate the issue of food deserts.
  1. Question: Read the Hilmers article assigned this week, From reading this article, assume the realization that your town is a food desert and you would like to do something about it. Prepare an evidenced argument to present to your local town council, which outlines an idea to offer healthy food options to your town. Use at least one ethical theory or perspective to support the moral or ethical reasoning for this program to be implemented.
Read this article before you answer the question. And please provide reference for this question as well. No plagiarism.
Article to read: Hilmers, A., hilmers, D.C., & Dave, J. (2012). Neighborhood disparities in access to healthy foods and their effects on environmental justice. American Journal of Public Health, 102 (9), 1644-1654. Retrieved from Ashford University Library.

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