Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Real Causes of Rising Healthcare Costs

According to the Los Angeles Times: U.S. healthcare spending grew 3.9% a year in 2009-2011, according to government data, the lowest growth rate since the government began tracking it in 1960, and down significantly from annual growth averaging 8.8% in 2001-2003. That … Continue reading

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Air Traffic Control: How to Save Money Without Compromising Services

USA Today reports that air travelers have begun to experience delays resulting from air traffic controller furloughs, which took effect on Sunday in response to automatic federal budget cuts contained in the sequester. According to a statement from Alaska Airlines, the Federal Aviation Administration … Continue reading

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