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As the furor over healthcare reform continues, a grim rationing decision reaches us from Britain; as well as a decision against private organ donation, following nicely the recent blog-furor over organ markets. Meanwhile, Shikha Dalmia points out the problematic nature of our own system.
Radley Balko points to the huge problems in forensic science, and the systemic overreach of criminal prosecution as a whole.
34 radio stations are closed in Venezuela.
Marginal Revolution points out the America government is finally a provider of bread and circuses – completely literally.
Mousavi continues attacking the aftermath of the Iranian election.
Friedersdorf points to a great article against meetings.
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The Independent Institute is seeking interns in its Publicity Department in Oakland, Calif. Publicity interns work on a variety of projects that help make policy recommendations and shape public debate through outreach to print and broadcast news media. … Applicants must be outgoing, well-organized, and enthusiastic about working with members of the press. This unpaid position is ideal for someone who wishes to learn the nuts and bolts of public relations at a media-savvy public-policy think tank.
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