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This Article was delivered at the Symposium on Consumer Protection in Managed Care, on November 17, 1995, at the Seton Hall University School of Law.

Vernellia Randall, Professor, University of Dayton School of Law; J.D., Lewis and Clark College (1984); M.S.N, University of Washington (1978); B.S.N., University of Texas (1972).

This paper was written as a cooperative effort between myself and seven students. Each student had sole responsibility for reviewing and evaluating a particular state waiver. However, additional acknowledgement has to be extended to Sally Giess and Gabrielle Boller, who played a primary role in helping me to edit the paper.

Sally Giess, J.D. Candidate 1996, University of Dayton (evaluated Florida waiver).

Gabrielle Boller, J.D. Candidate 1996, University of Dayton (evaluated Hawaii waiver).

Cornelia Tinkler. J.D., University of Dayton (1995) (evaluated Tennessee waiver).

Shalonda Bayless, J.D., University of Dayton (1995) (evaluated Missouri waiver).

Stacey Henry. J.D. Candidate 1996, University of Dayton (evaluated Oregon waiver).

Andrew Romero, J.D. Candidate 1996, University of Dayton (evaluated Illinois waiver).

Charles Whipple, J.D. Candidate 1996, University of Dayton (evaluated New York waiver).