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Will Health Reform Save Money?

Friday, October 1, 2010, 9:00 AM
By guest blogger Robert Field: The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office predicts that, despite the almost $1 trillion price tag, health reform will actually save the government money in the long run. How can that be? The answer, according to CBO, is that the spending is offset by cutbacks in other... Read more
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