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You Don't Have to Yell

Aug 11, 2022

Jonathan Gruber played a critical role in the passage of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama's respective healthcare reform bills by helping include the individual mandate for insurance coverage in both. In this episode, Gruber discusses the process of working with both administrations, the backlash he faced as the debate over...


Aug 4, 2022

We're kicking off our third season with Dan Gorenstein, host of the Tradeoffs podcast, and was the healthcare reporter for NPR's Marketplace before that. We call that cred around the YDHTY offices.
 
Dan discusses the state of healthcare in America, what more needs to be done to ensure everyone has access to quality...


Jul 21, 2022

In this rebroadcast of YDHTY, originally aired in the spring of 2021, Dan speaks with Chris Bosso of Northeastern University about how a change to US agricultural policy in the 1970s came at the expense of our health and the environment.

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Jul 14, 2022

Originally recorded in February of 2021, Dan and the Data Monk the then-nascent bitcoin bubble and the potential for bitcoin or something like it to serve as the next global reserve currency.

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Jun 30, 2022

The Data Monk returns to discuss how easy money policies have created a feedback loop of unsustainable consumption in the United States and contributed to wage stagnation, income inequality, and rising populism.

Time limitations created an unfortunate cliffhanger at the end of this episode, however you can learn more...