The main White House argument for health-care reform goes something like this: If we spend now on a hugely expensive new insurance program for the middle class, we can save later by reducing overall U.S. health spending. This “tastes great, less filling” theory could stand some scrutiny, not least because it is being used to… [Read the rest...]
Yesterday afternoon, Governor Pawlenty announced his unallotment recommendations to balance the State’s budget deficit. These recommendations are not finalized yet, but will be discussed at this Thursday’s Legislative Advisory Commission meeting to provide for stakeholders’ input.
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