James Roosevelt, Jr. Published in ScienceDirect

December 16, 2021 Published Works
ScienceDirect

Verrill attorney James Roosevelt Jr. was published in the February 2022 volume of ScienceDirect, a scientific, technical, and medical research publication. His article “A Federal Indian Health Insurance Plan: Fulfilling a Solemn Obligation to American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States,” highlights the Indian Health Service, a new effort to provide health care to American Indians and Alaska Natives and the legal obligation of the United States to deliver health care to these groups.

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