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Healthcare

Last week's first Democratic debate featured five candidates offering lots of free stuff. From health care to tuition to paid family leave, the Democrats, with the exception of former Virginia Senator Jim Webb, who just dropped out of the race, tried to outdo one another on what the government owes its citizens. (How to pay for all of it was a secondary issue at the debate.)

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Doctor

How can policymakers get younger, healthy adults to essentially cross-subsidize older adults with pre-existing chronic conditions?

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Wilson Building

Washington, D.C.’s, new proposed paid leave bill sounds like a winner, especially for women.

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No to GMO Rally

One would expect progressives committed to these findings to carry their love of science to other topics. Yet, in the case of genetically modified crops, this commitment appears to vanish.  

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Doctor

The second essay in a seven-week series on pre-existing conditions.

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Cadillac

The Affordable Care Act’s “Cadillac plan tax” has been much in the news of late.

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Cadillac

Of all the problems with the employer deduction, the Cadillac Tax addresses only one.

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Doctor

The first in seven essays on how to solve the challenge of providing people with pre-existing medical conditions with health insurance.

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Pink Pill

Allowing Medicare to be able negotiate drug costs is feasible and could be used to offset increases in drug costs due to takeovers.

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