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Thanks, Obama! Number of uninsured drops again in census count

Campaign Action While a bunch of Republican wankers are still trying to repeal Obamacare (and, really? Rick Santorum? They invited Rick Santorum to their press conference? Why?) Obamacare is still racking up successes. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that the uninsured rate dropped again in 2016. The uninsured rate fell to 8.8 percent last year, a 0.3 percentage point decrease from 2015, the U.
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