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How about Medicare Advantage for All?

The current GOP attempts to reconstitute ACA will probably crash and burn in Congress this week. In the aftermath, fresh ideas need to be brought to bear to break the impasse. Fortunately, there are three effective platforms that work that could form the foundation for a national program and should be politically acceptable on a bipartisan ...

Will Trump, GOP makes taxes more fair?

Republicans in the White House and Congress have not tipped their hands on tax reform, other than to say they want corporate and personal income taxes to go south instead of north. Most importantly, they have not expressed themselves on one of the major drivers of the Trump aberration: a middle-class frustration with the inequity ...

Conservation challenges fade from public agenda

Journalist Dan Egan, the foremost chronicler of the challenges to the Great Lakes, just reported that two more invasive micro-species have been found in the lakes. The story is on the inside pages of the Milwaukee JournalSentinel. More than 180 had already been identified. He also reported in August also that another giant Asian Carp has ...

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