Shifting in-kind housing benefits to cash benefits would improve utility and provide for equitable distribution of resources among qualifying recipients.
Privatizing the VA could have given former Sen. Hillary Clinton and other policymakers better information about the costs of invading Iraq – information that could conceivably have prevented the invasion altogether or at least shortened the U.S. occupation.
The minimum wage has been shown to hurt young black men and correlate positively with crime.
“The Medicare Accountable Care Organization/Medicare Shared Savings Program, advertised as a bold departure from conventional Medicare payment policy, has been the biggest disappointment among the raft of CMS Innovation Center initiatives.”
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By Michael D. Tanner and Charles Hughes. Policy Analysis No. 779. August 24, 2015.
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By Myungho Paik, Bernard Black, and David A. Hyman. Research Briefs in Economic Policy No. 12. October 15, 2014.
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