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Conservative university implements single-payer insurance plan to save on health care costs

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Who would have thought that staunch Republicans and conservatives, unbeknownst to them, finally realized the benefits of the 'single-payer' system? Interestingly, Texas A&M University announced yesterday that, in order to save $1.7 million in health care costs every year, the university's Board of Regents has decided to consolidate all employees into a single health care insurance plan.
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Dominique is an Associate Professor in the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University. His research work aims at reducing the negative effects associated with motor vehicle crashes. When he's not developing mathematical and (more...)
 

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