A Bipartisan Approach to Eliminating Needless Bureaucracy

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Construction workers repaired parts of the Sligo Creek Bridge in Takoma Park, Maryland on May 11, 2016. The bridge, originally built in 1932, is being replaced with the same graceful arches.

Administrative costs for U.S. health care total around 30% of all health care expenditures — that’s over $1 million per doctor every year, according to "The Stupid List" by Philip K. Howard, author, attorney and campaign co-chair of Chair of Common Good . He recently launched a national bipartisan campaign to fix broken government called "Who's in Charge Around Here?" which looks at how over-prescriptive bureaucracy undermines infrastructure and the environment, schools, health care, jobs and the economy.