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|Tonight’s Campus Question|
Yesterday the New York Times reported on an Oregon study that found expanding Medicaid made newly-covered people healthier and happier, but access to preventive care did not reduce health care spending. Meanwhile, Henry Blodget at Business Insider posted data showing corporate profits relative to GDP at an all-time high and wages relative to GDP at an all-time low. Might that help explain why Oregon had to hold a lottery to decide which working poor people would receive Medicaid?