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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - David Cutler
In a 2010 memo that is only now getting attention, David Cutler, who worked for Mr. Obama as a health care adviser, warned the president and his administration that it lacked the crucial ingredients for the successful implementation of the health care law, which needed men and women with experience in complex business startups, basic regulations, technology and policy coordination.
"It's a big, big change in the nature of what it means to have health insurance," says David Cutler, a Harvard University economist.