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The Shaky Case for State Bailouts

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State and local governments claim they're going broke and are begging for more federal money. Veronique de Rugy plays them a lament on the world's smallest violin. Read more at Reason.

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State and local governments claim they're going broke and are begging for more federal money. Veronique de Rugy plays them a lament on the world's smallest violin. Read more at Reason

Veronique De Rugy
Veronique de Rugy is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and a nationally syndicated columnist. Her primary research interests include the U.S. economy, the federal budget, homeland security, taxation, tax competition, and financial privacy. Her popular weekly charts, published by the Mercatus Center, address economic issues ranging from lessons on creating sustainable economic growth to the implications of government tax and fiscal policies. She has testified numerous times in front of Congress on the effects of fiscal stimulus, debt and deficits, and regulation on the economy.

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