- How can we have an “adult conversation” on the budget if the White House won’t release its budget and deficit projections to the public?
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- “When the Cato guy tells you someone is corrupting the idea of HSAs, pay attention.”
- Despite having the bully pulpit, and despite touting opinion polls in favor of reform, the Obama administration finds it necessary to use taxpayer funds to tell Googlers what’s best for them.
- Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has doubled down on the social issues truce–Cato’s John Samples talked about this on Friday on the Cato Daily Podcast:
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