Friday, February 8, 2013

Daily Policy Digest for February 8, 2013

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February 8, 2013

Can Money Buy Happiness After All?

A 20 percent increase in income has the same effect on happiness for all people, meaning that it takes larger incremental increases at higher wages to improve the same amount of happiness as a lower-salaried person...


Many Companies May Drop Employee Coverage under ObamaCare

A 2011 McKinsey survey found that 30 percent of employers would "definitely or probably" drop health insurance after 2014...


Rolling Back the War on Vaccines

Only 60 percent of U.S. parents of children age 24 months to 35 months adhered to the recommended vaccination schedule in 2009...


Solving America's Math Crisis

From 1983 to 2007, the percent of college graduates with math-intensive majors fell from roughly 25 percent to around 15 percent...


College Need Not Be Expensive

Inflation-adjusted household income has fallen by 7 percent between 2006 and 2011, while the average real tuition at public four-year colleges has risen over 18 percent...


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Retirement and Taxes: Reforms that Make "Cents"
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Energy and Environment: Clearing the Air
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