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Thursday, July 30, 2009


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Does the health care reform bill allow federal funding for abortion?
Or any other type of funding for abortion?

Dammit, I have been looking all over the internet for solid information about this bill and all I encounter are a million contradictions!


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Posner quotes Shiller as "doubting" the CFPA would have prevented the housing bubble and the financial crisis, and jabs Thaler for nonetheless endorsing such an agency. Yet, Shiller too, while "doubting" such an Agency would have "prevented" the problems, still endorses the idea of such an Agency as it would "most likely have slowed some abusive practices ... That kind of regulatory intervention would have reduced the severity of the crisis, and that is no small thing. ... In short, the new agency seems a good idea. ..." (NY Times, 7/19/09, p. 2 Business Section)

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