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Trump administration refuses to say if they'll uphold the law, in this case Obamacare

In ongoing reporting, TPM has documented the Trump administration's severing of ties with a large coalition of groups that had worked with the Obama administration to promote the Affordable Care Act and increase enrollments in hard-to-reach populations. Pressed on the issue, and administration spokesperson refused to say whether the administration would do any outreach for open enrollment under the law.
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