It usually doesn’t require the award of a Nobel Prize to demonstrate how wrong-headed Pennsylvania state legislators can be in crafting public policy based on their own ideology rather than the public interest.

But such a Nobel Prize, in economics, was awarded Monday to David Card of the University of California, Berkeley. He shared the prize with economists Joshua D. Angrist of Stanford University and Guido W. Imbens of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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