Jonathan Gruber

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; advisor to then-Governor Romney and President Obama on the Massachusetts and federal healthcare laws

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When it comes to healthcare, Americans spend a lot more than people in other industrialized countries, so why are we less healthy?

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