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In other words, own could (very plausibly) say today that it's none of the governments' business if I eat too much salt, drink too much soda, or eat saturated fats. However,if the government bears the additional health care expenses of your lifestyle choices, it now has a credible public policy argument for limiting salt usage, regulating soda sizes, and banning saturated fats.
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Yeah, we’ve certainly seen this with the number of children you choose to have...

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My Uncle, who never had any children, got an 80% discount on his property tax for not burdening the school system with children to educate

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