Deep Dive Episode 212 – Litigation Update: Roberts v. Bassett: NY Racial Preferences in Allocating COVID Treatments
Regulatory Transparency Project's Fourth Branch Podcast
|Topics:||Administrative Law & Regulation • Affirmative Action • Healthcare • Litigation • Regulatory Transparency Project • State Governments|
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Faced with a limited supply of recently-approved COVID-19 treatments, both the State and City of New York have issued directives instructing physicians and providers on how to prioritize treatment. One of the factors to be considered is race. In Roberts v. Bassett, two lifelong New Yorkers challenge the government’s race-based allocation of potentially lifesaving COVID-19 treatments. Wen Fa, an attorney who represents the plaintiffs, joined us to discuss the latest in the case.
- Wen Fa, Senior Attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation
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