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Don't Sell Obamacare as a Medicaid Expansion for Children

The path to victory for Obamacare boosters is getting mighty narrow. Over at the New York Times’s Upshot yesterday, Professor Aaron Carroll led off a defense of Obamacare by observing: Three years into Obamacare and it seems as if much of the news is bad: private insurers exiting the exchanges, networks being narrowed, premiums rising and competition dwindling out of existence.
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