Been awhile since I've updated the "Think Tank" sidebar. My apologies.
1) The Commonwealth Fund thinks that the House and Senate health-care bills will save a lot more money than the CBO is projecting.
2) The Center for Budget and Policy Priorities takes a look at recent history and finds that Congress generally sticks to the Medicare reforms it passes. Sorry, haters. Also, I interviewed one of the report's authors here.
30) The Urban Institute has the best overview I've read of the public option, both the one that advocates want and the compromises they're likely to get.
5) The Carnegie Institute looks at the lessons Copenhagen's negotiators can take from past efforts to produce global trade agreements.
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