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Report | Georgia PIRG Education Fund | Health Care

The Cost of Repeal

On March 23, 2010, after a long debate, President Barack Obama signed into law comprehensive federal health care reform legislation, known as the Affordable Care Act or ACA, but the enactment of the law did not end the debate. This year, Georgia’s elected officials will face their own choices about what to do about our health care system. They must ask whether repeal would make our health care work better or worse for the taxpayers, consumers, and businesses of the state.

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News Release | Georgia PIRG Education Fund | Health Care

Health Care Repeal Would Have Costly Consequences for Georgia Consumers and Small Businesses

Georgia PIRG releases at new report, The Cost of Repeal: Examining the Impact on Georgia of Repealing the New Federal Health Care Law.  

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Report | Georgia PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Do Roads Pay for Themselves?

Highway advocates often claim that roads “pay for themselves,” with gasoline taxes and other charges to motorists covering – or nearly covering – the full cost of highway construction and maintenance.

They are wrong.

Highways do not – and, except for brief periods in our nation’s history, never have – paid for themselves through the taxes that highway advocates label “user fees.” Yet highway advocates continue to suggest they do in an attempt to secure preferential access to scarce public resources and to shape how those resources are spent.

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