Quick Hits: Monday, August 30th

Chris Edwards of the Cato Foundation discusses some of the negative consequences of government infrastructure projects.

Michael Mussa of the Peterson Institute dissects what kind of growth rate we can realistically expect for the U.S. economy in the near future.

The American Enterprise Institute explains how competitive bidding could save Medicare money.

At the Urban Institute’s Metrotrends blog, Margery Turner outlines on how we can reduce neighborhood segregation along racial and ethnic lines

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