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11/29/2011
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Without health care reform, the United States is projected to spend over $40 trillion on health care in the next decade. Experts estimate that thirty percent of that spending – up to $12 trillion dollars – will be wasted on ineffective care, pointless red tape, and counterproductive treatments that can actually harm patients.

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11/29/2011
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Young people, including college students, are on the front lines of the health care crisis. This report explores the under-appreciated problems facing California's youth in our health care system.

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11/29/2011
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California needs a strong, pro-consumer exchange that lives up to its promise of a better marketplace.

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11/29/2011
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Childhood obesity is skyrocketing and yet shockingly, American taxpayers are spending billions of dollars subsidizing junk food ingredients making the problem worse. This report outlines how many tax payer dollars are going to junk food ingredients.

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