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An Affordable Care Act Primer: How Sick Do You Plan to Be?

Congratulations! You have successfully logged on to healthcare.gov, the official website of the Affordable Care Act. When all the site's glitches are fixed, hopefully by Nov. 30 (year unknown), the act will revert to being called "Obamacare." Until then, it's the Affordable Care Act. Or, if technical difficulties worsen, "Boehnercare." Got that? Let's begin. To better understand your health care needs, please tell us why you are visiting today: A) I need health insurance for myself and my family.
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