Take a look at this article on Politico. It is about the health care cost experience in Massachusetts. That State’s version of reform was to
Problem solved. Read the following and see if you can find the unintended consequences of the Senate’s version of the “doc fix.” “Senate Majority Leader
While we know Americans cannot afford health care and we certainly know that the problem is with insurance premiums, perhaps the real problem is priorities.
Glass half full, things looking down, problems overwhelming? It could be worse, you could be this guy. Imagine if you were a lost stuffed animal? I
Whether you are for or against nuclear generating stations, it is clear that we need a policy that improves the United State’s ability to meet energy
While towns struggle with budgets, the federal government stimulates away. Funny (or not), we close our libraries for lack of funds, but there is plenty