“Yes, pharmaceutical companies are charging exorbitant prices for many of their products. But patients do not receive expensive medications unless physicians prescribe them,” writes physician and behavioral scientist Peter Ubel.
Politicians love to say the word “infrastructure,” says Henry Petroski. But turning words into action is a different matter.
The Charlotte Observer
North Carolina will play a lesser role in selecting presidential candidates if the March 15 primary is moved to May or early summer because of legal wrangling over redistricting, according to a pair of Duke political scientists who spoke Tuesday to local reporters.