Electronic Surveillance of Mobile Devices: Understanding the Mobile Ecosystem and Applicable Surveillance Law
Explores the challenges surrounding law enforcement use of user data collected through mobile phones and describes a prototype tool that could aid in understanding what types of mobile data exist and applicable legal protections.
Dec 10, 2015
The California Department of Industrial Relations/Division of Worker's Compensation asked RAND to help develop a fee schedule for home health services provided to injured workers. The researchers made three sets of recommendations.
Jan 27, 2015
Words Can Be Deceiving: A Review of Variation Among Legally Effective Medical Marijuana Laws in the United States
This study seeks to clarify the characteristics of state medical marijuana laws (MMLs) in place since 1990 that are most relevant to consumers/patients and categorizes those aspects most likely to affect the prevalence of use, and consequently the intensity of public health and welfare effects.
Jan 1, 2014
Provides quantitative evidence on the underlying views of voters and state lawmakers about the legitimacy of medical marijuana based on voter- and legislature-adopted statutes between 1990 and 2012.
Jul 26, 2013