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Get ready for more debate about health insurance as Trump runs for re-election. Democratic hopefuls are debating reforms while Republicans accuse them of “socialized medicine.”

Health insurance and the presidential campaign

Get ready for more debate about health insurance as Trump runs for re-election. Democratic hopefuls are debating reforms while Republicans accuse them of “socialized medicine.”

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President Trump and some Republicans were licking their wounds after Democrat Doug Jones' stunning upset in Alabama's race for the US Senate. But others were positively relieved.

After Alabama, what's next for the GOP?

President Trump and some Republicans were licking their wounds after Democrat Doug Jones' stunning upset in Alabama's race for the US Senate. But others were positively relieved.

from To the Point

The Affordable Care Act is “the biggest and most controversial new law in a generation.”

Obamacare After Obama

The Affordable Care Act is “the biggest and most controversial new law in a generation.”

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