Joseph Rago, American journalist, Died at 34

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Joseph Rago was January 6, 1983 and died on July 20, 2017.

He was a Pulitzer Prize winning writer.

He best known for his work at The Wall Street Journal.

He joined The Wall Street Journal in 2005 as an intern.

He was also a 2010 media fellow at the Stanford University Hoover Institution.

He graduated with a degree in American history from Dartmouth College in 2005.

While there, Rago wrote for The Dartmouth Review, an organization on whose board he now serves.

He was known for being an outspoken critic of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Joseph Rago passed away at 34 years old.

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