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The EpiPen Outrage and Solving Today’s Drug Pricing Problem

The EpiPen Outrage and Solving Today’s Drug Pricing Problem

By Amy Xiong The price of the EpiPen, a life-saving injection device for those with severe allergies, increased to about $600 for two doses from $100 in 2007, causing significant uproar in the general public and in Washington.[1] This price hike is not surprising: drug companies have routinely increased their prices in past years. ListContinue Reading The EpiPen Outrage and Solving Today’s Drug Pricing Problem

The (Surprisingly) Bipartisan Wind Production Tax Credit

The (Surprisingly) Bipartisan Wind Production Tax Credit

By Christopher Chen Federal wind production tax credits (PTC) could mimic almost all other environmental efforts in being bitterly partisan, but has surprisingly gained support from all sides. Because of both big business and environmental responsibility, the United States has embraced wind PTC as a bipartisan effort. Federal wind PTC is federal money given backContinue Reading The (Surprisingly) Bipartisan Wind Production Tax Credit

What Everyone Else Does When It Comes to Best Student Papers for Sale and What You Should Be Doing Different

What Everyone Else Does When It Comes to Best Student Papers for Sale and What You Should Be Doing Different

A Startling Fact about Best Student Papers for Sale Uncovered The Way to Write a Custom Writing Services The other concern is the fact that each of the custom-made in order that they can cause academic success and excellence MLA-style newspapers offered to clients needs to be plagiarism original and free. What’s more you receiveContinue Reading What Everyone Else Does When It Comes to Best Student Papers for Sale and What You Should Be Doing Different

The Divestment Movement: Environmentally Friendly and Risk Avoidance

The Divestment Movement: Environmentally Friendly and Risk Avoidance

Kaitlin Gately On the night of Friday, April 22, over 100 students occupied the plaza outside Columbia University’s library for “Sleep Out 4 Divest”. They laid down mattresses and sleeping bags and set up tents in order to express their support for six members of Columbia Divest for Climate Justice who had occupied Low LibraryContinue Reading The Divestment Movement: Environmentally Friendly and Risk Avoidance

Mean Can Be Green

Mean Can Be Green

Philip Abraham The U.S. military is the largest domestic oil consumer, using over 100 million barrel of oils per year, and the Navy constitutes 33% of that consumption.[1] [2] The average civilian consumer currently faces low gas prices because of fracking which has caused a boom in U.S. oil production. The sudden increase in U.S.Continue Reading Mean Can Be Green