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Case 14.1: Scary Words: Governments Must Start “Doing More With Less”
Audio 14.1.1: NPR: Much Like Corporate Sector, State Governments Trim Workforce
Description: This story from NPR describes how state and local governments around the country are reducing the size of their workforces and “doing more with less.”
Web 14.1.1: Washington Post: The Fix: Just How Big Is Government? It Depends on How You Measure it
Description: Article on the debate about big government and its framing.
Video 14.1.1: CBS News: Connecticut Discovers Less Is More with Health Exchange Website
Description: As illustrated by this news story, some governments benefit from the efficiency of “doing less.”
Case 14.2: Will We Drink to That? The Florida Board of Education’s War on Chocolate Milk
Audio 14.2.1: NPR: What's to Love and Loathe about Chocolate Milk?
Description: This story from NPR offers the pros and cons on chocolate milk in public schools.
Infographic 14.2.1: Daily Infographic: The Fate of Chocolate Milk in Schools
Description: What message is this infographic attempting to convey about chocolate milk in schools?
Video 14.2.1: Fox News: Schools Banning Chocolate Milk?
Description: This report from Fox News explains that chocolate milk bans are being considered in schools to address childhood obesity problems.
Case 14.3: Lobbying for EpiPens and Uber
Video 14.3.1: KXAN: Mother Lobbying for EpiPens at Schools
Description: A mother from Corpus Christi lobbied lawmakers in 2015 to require districts have EpiPens on hand.
Web 14.3.1: FARE: Alert- Epinephrine Shortage
Description: Official alert from the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) website on the EpiPen shortage.