Twenty Myths about Single-Payer Health Insurance: International Evidence on the Effects of National Health Insurance in Countries Around the World
When our original report “Twenty Myths About National Health Insurance”1 was published in 1992, advocates of national health insurance were promoting it as a viable alternative to th
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In this policy paper, the authors review the effect of the ACA on the state of Arizona.
In this policy report, Sterling Burnett wrties that consumers choose plastic bags far more often than paper or reusable bags.