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Trump says Obamacare hurting women healthcare workers

By Reuters
23 March 2017   |   4:52 am
At a meeting with women in the healthcare industry, U.S. President Donald Trump says "Obamacare is making their lives so much more difficult" while head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Seema Verma, refers to Obamacare as a "broken promise."

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