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Old 09-07-2018, 04:50 PM
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Originally Posted by puddleglum View Post
The best case scenario in the study is a reduction of 3.5%
The recent study also included a more realistic projection that showed costs going up 100 billion dollars a year.
It is still a reduction compared to the irrational alternative. As pointed out, it is notorious that both a conservative outfit and a liberal one came with virtually the same numbers.

What I do think is that following the path we are doing is not sustainable and waiting for the bubble to burst will cause more harm than having more oversight and control over costs.

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