One has to be in a state of denial to miss the connection between prohibition and opioid overdoses in the CDC preliminary report.
Trump’s handling of foreign policy hasn’t done Republicans any favors for the midterm elections and is likely to be an even bigger problem for Trump himself in 2020.
Anne Arundel County, Maryland, claims that it doesn’t have to compensate property owners for takings by general ordinance as opposed to eminent domain.
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Why is the American health care system so dysfunctional and costly? How can it be fixed? Overcharged – Why Americans Pay Too Much for Health Care, a new Cato Institute book, drills into these issues with exceptional energy and power and is the culmination of years of research by authors Charles Silver and David Hyman. Overcharged lays bare the root causes of why health care is so expensive, out of control, and operates with no apparent accountability, and then shows how subjecting our health care system to the same competitive forces that apply to the rest of the economy will result in lower costs and improved access for all.
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