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What is next for the Affordable Care Act?

This well consider NY Times article is a “must read” – Ailing Obama Health Care Act May Have to Change to Survive. Some have claimed great success for the ACA, because 20 million people now have insurance.  These proponents emphasize the increased in “insured” and minimize the importance of the continued problems in the individual insurance markets. […]
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