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August 22, 2006

Competition in Government Programs Saves Money

Is it a coincidence that two government programs subject to competition save money and those done the  "old fashion way" don't?  Look no farther than the Medicare program to see evidence that competition reduces cost while government monopoly is more expensive.  Read more here.

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