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What Economics Can Teach Us about Ebola

From the beginning of the Ebola scare, CDC officials assured us that Ebola was unlikely to get to the United States.

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Friday Facts: October 31, 2014

Where does Georgia rank on tax rates?

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Never Underestimate the Power of a Field Trip

A student field trip to the museum yields much more than an appreciation for the arts.

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Checking Up On Health: October 28, 2014

Wait. You thought that was a cancellation of your health care policy? Wrong, according to the Obama administration!

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Friday Facts: October 24, 2014

Over the next 18 years, roughly 8,000 people a day will join the ranks of the over-65 population, changing the definition of “old” and transforming transportation.

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Making Sense of Georgia’s Labor Market

Like the blind men and the elephant, the competing charges on Georgia’s jobless are because of different data.

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When ‘Poverty’ Founders, Float ‘Income Inequality’

‘Poverty’ gets harder to define in a changing world.

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Friday Facts: October 17, 2014

Savings vs. costs under the Affordable Care Act.

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Friday Facts: October 10, 2013

What if you could eliminate 90 percent of road vehicles?

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Transit Tall Tales and Coping With Too Much Money

If it weren’t for a surfeit of federal funds, cities wouldn’t plan ridiculously expensive rail lines that, in most cases, do nothing for transit riders or transportation users in general.

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