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Obamacare Popularity Grows as Repeal, Replace Advance

By Bloomberg
24 February 2017   |   4:24 pm
As details of plans to repeal and replace Obamacare emerge, Republican lawmakers expect to see fewer Americans covered by health insurance, while the idea of the Affordable Care Act becomes more popular with citizens.

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