Tuesday assorted links

1. “But vice serves as a kind of screen, weeding out the rare few who might have moral qualms about future dealings.”

2. Nathan Heller on the new Annie Lowrey UBI book.

3. Aaron Carroll on what we are learning about the Medicaid expansions (NYT).

4. The monster has been with us all along.  Recommended.

5. “Last year, as insurance prices rose by an average of just over 20 percent around the country, people who qualified for Obamacare subsidies hung onto their insurance. But the increases appear to have been too much to bear for many customers who earned too much to qualify for financial help. According to a new government report, about a million people appear to have been priced out of the market for health insurance last year.” NYT link here.


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