Think Tank: The cost of being uninsured, how to boost employment and more
1) The Urban Institute estimates that 137,000 people died between 2000 and 2006 because they were uninsured.
2) A former Federal Reserve official argues that the Fed needs to be much more aggressive.
3) Atul Gawande thinks we don't need a a grand theory of cost control.
4) The Brookings Institution explains how the budget process undervalues capital investments, and what to do about it.
5) Speaking of infrastructure investment, the Economic Policy Institute has some ideas for reforming the transportation budget process.
December 14, 2009; 10:38 AM ET
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