Genevieve Kenney

Urban Institute

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Senior fellow at the Urban Institute, a nonpartisan policy research and educational organization that examines the social, economic and governance problems facing the nation

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Mitt Romney would try to repeal the  Affordable Care Act , the biggest expansion of America's social safety net since 1965.

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