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  • GUPTA: But Bryan Liang, who heads the Independent Research Institute, says such policies cancellations, called recisions, are not legal.

    CNN Transcript Nov 21, 2006

  • I advise you to read a very good post reccomended by Angry Bear about health insurance recisions and Monte Hall:

    Insurance, Reputation, and Caricature, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Ms. ALEXANDER: Well, the 104th Congress, under Gingrich, cut the budget by over 40 percent during my chairmanship, and under my successor's, Bill Ivey, it's just been a matter of recisions cut and nothing dramatic, as it was under my chairmanship.

    Command Performance: An Actress in the Theater of Politics

  • I think we heard on one Saturday that I think there had been a call to balance the budget this year, '98 -- which we thought would have meant doing recisions in our current -- in the current' 98 budget that was just passed.

    Press Briefing By Raines And Sperling

  • As the President has said time and time again, he's open to any suggestions for recisions or spending cuts.

    Pm Briefing By George Stephanopoulos

  • However, in order to preserve the fine work of the Congress on the recisions, I asked the Director of the Bureau of the Budget to place the exact amounts indicated for repeal in a nonexpendable reserve, and to advise the departments and agencies accordingly.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

  • Congress on the recisions, I asked the Director of the Bureau of the Budget to place the exact amounts indicated for repeal in a nonexpendable reserve, and to advise the departments and agencies accordingly.

    State of the Union Address

  • Whatever people tell you, the important issues have never been the public option or the public option opt-out or mandates or recisions or even the respective fates of Chubby Baby or Skinny Toddler.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • I think the legislation will still cut recisions down dramatically,

    The Nation: Top Stories

  • Yes there will still be battles over what constitutes fraud, but I think the legislation will still cut recisions down dramatically, and the increased medicaid provisions will help those who may become caught in the vice.

    The Nation: Top Stories

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