Medical Freedom Zones on Tribal Lands?

I happened across this libertarian-oriented article advocating (among other things) that tribes allow less-regulated medicine within their borders. I don’t tend to agree–personally I think the medical profession should be regulated, but I wanted to pass this along anyway.

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Tribal Attorney for Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, legal scholar, adjunct professor at University of Tulsa, and poet. Read more at
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One Response to Medical Freedom Zones on Tribal Lands?

  1. Dan Adamson says:

    Obviously you did not read the article. The problem with economic development on Indian Reservations is that too few Natives read the article before turning down the concept. Medical Freedom Zones could be a massive economic development engine for Tribes throughout the nation if the plan was well executed. In search of economic development on the res.

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