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- n. The act or process of subsidizing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. money (or other benefits) obtained as a subsidy
- n. the act of providing a subsidy
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Because Canada Post has been and must continue to be primarily a public service and an instrument of public communications policy, it will require subsidization from the Treasury.
Add in subsidization (Medicare, Medicaid, government employee health plans, veterans’ benefits, etc.) and (legally) constrained supply and you’ve got a formula for runaway costs.
"I don't really envision anybody who should opt out of this unless they think by taking that 6.5 percent (of) retired pay, they could invest that some place where they could get a return equal to the amount of subsidization, which is nearly 50 percent," said McGee.
Since the Kindle DX actually costs quite a bit more than the Kindle 2, "it makes sense to explore ... other forms of distribution, such as subsidization by newspapers," Rubin said.
Of course, all health insurance pools are to some extent redistributive in this way, as there is inevitably some cross-subsidization within insurance.
And moving on, you say that the big-city easterners pay for the land use policies of the west through tax-subsidization, and that because of this, they are owed a seat at the discussion and legislation table.
Instead of increasing the number of the insured, a more sound strategy would be to stop all subsidization of health insurance through government intervention and tax money.
It isn't even Clinton's fault, who enabled the federal subsidization of mortgages and deregulated the lending industry to enable the subprime crisis.
"This is one of the points that we are going to make very strongly, that we need rules for subsidization," he said.
If massive government subsidization of homeownership is not the reason for the financial problems, then why bring it up?
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