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A new study published in Health Affairs finds that medical patients with private insurance typically enjoy a higher quality of care than Medicare beneficiaries, even when controlling for factors such as varying risk profiles from patient-to-patient. We compared within-hospital quality, as measured … Continue reading
The Cato Institute has just put out a new Policy Analysis, entitled “The Negative Effects of Minimum Wage Laws,” written by Mark Wilson. The piece is an exhaustive look at the minimum wage–its history, the current leaders in a state … Continue reading
Ron Paul’s “Why Monetary Freedom Matters” appears in the Cato Journal’s spring/summer issue. Paul discusses his excitement at college campus enthusiasm for monetary freedom, citing a 2007 rally in Michigan as an example of progress being made. It seems to … Continue reading