True Cost

30 Sep

Tom Coburn is single handedly holding up the food safety bill because of the potential $1.6 billion cost of implementation.  How does that stack up against the cost of inaction?

(via GOOD)

One Response to “True Cost”

  1. Kelly September 30, 2010 at 4:03 pm #

    actually economic burden, not cost. but really. cost-benefit analysis, people.

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