Platte Institute for Economic Research

The Prognosis for National Health Insurance: A Nebraska Perspective

Arduin, Laffer & Moore Econometrics
August 1, 2009

In 1960, the private sector funded over three quarters of the nation’s health care expenditures. Individu-als paid nearly

Addressing Nebraska's Economic Issues In water Policy

Raymond J. Supalla
September 1, 2010

Nebraska’s greatest water policy challenges are how to cost-effectively and equitably meet our obligations to Kansas under the terms of the Republican Basin Compact; how to cost-effectively and equitably meet our obligations in the Platte Basin as specified in the current Co-operative Agreement with Colorado, Wyoming, and the U.S. Department of Interior; and how to balance the needs of current and future generations as we pursue the development of inte-grated management plans under the general framework of LB962.

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