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Bridges and Roads Are as Important to Your Health as What's in Your Medicine Cabinet

Two seemingly unrelated national policy debates are afoot, and we can't adequately address one unless we address the other.

Health care reform has been the hottest topic. What to do about America's aging infrastructure has been less animated but may be more pressing.  Read more.

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