Robert Book

Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics, Heritage Foundation's Center for Data Analysis

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Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics at the Heritage Foundation's Center for Data Analysis and one of the writers of its Foundry blog

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Last year, the President called on Congress to come up with the details of healthcare reform.

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Last year, the President called on Congress to come up with the details of healthcare reform.  Instead of debate on reduced costs and expanded coverage, attention focused on…

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