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Health insurers make their pitch for Obamacare fixes

Campaign Action The bipartisan hearings in the Senate on stabilizing the Affordable Care Act continue this week, and there’s more intent to actually do something to fix the law in one committee than in another. Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, chair of the Finance Committee, doesn't intend to do much to actually fix existing problems, calling bipartisan efforts to shore up Obamacare's insurance market a "bailout.
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