Using an analysis of polling data from the last four months of the campaign, we find no conclusive evidence that the Comey letter led to a decisive shift in voter support. Instead, changes in support for the candidates resulted largely from other factors.
A strategy that Wright County is trying to implement asks more of the boating public, sure. But it's a change we need to make prevention cost-effective and avoid the much larger inconvenience of losing control of our lakes.
At a minimum, the government needs to create incentives that would reward the credit bureaus for accuracy, customer service and ironclad data security. If that doesn't work, it ought to regulate them like public utilities.
Here are some of the obstacles, especially for — but not exclusive to — state-level proposals. Two-thirds of Americans have private insurance. It may be better to expand public coverage for subsets of the population with particular needs.
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