To determine the most effective manner in which legislators can improve health access and outcomes, we must review our past successes and failures.
Joshua Aarons is a research assistant in the Health Policy Center at the Urban Institute. He received his BA in economics from Carleton College, where he received distinction for his senior thesis, which presented evidence and discussed repercussions of referee discrimination in European club soccer.
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