Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Daily Policy Digest for November 21, 2012

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November 21, 2012

Reducing Debt and Other Measures for Improving U.S. Competitiveness

As the debt continues to increase, the government is forced to either increase taxes or make difficult spending cuts, or both...


Repeat Testing Common among Medicare Patients

Up to half or more of adults on Medicare who had a heart, lung, stomach or bladder test had the same procedure repeated within three years -- tests that typically aren't supposed to be routinely repeated...


Without a Cliff Deal, States Will Bleed Red Ink

The economic slowdown resulting from failure to secure a deal regarding the fiscal cliff would significantly affect state economic activity as well as undercut many state budgets...


The Territorial Taxation Experience in the Netherlands

The Netherlands has collected more tax revenue than the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development average until very recently, despite lowering its corporate tax rate from 35 percent in 2001 to 25 percent...


How to Fix the Federal Housing Administration

Despite constantly negative fiscal reports, the Federal Housing Administration assures Congress that future years will be better...


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