Jay Hancock

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Democrats passed the  Affordable Care Act  all by themselves, a massive reform of the healthcare system that makes up one sixth of the US economy.

Will the Hard Sell for Obamacare Be Too Little, Too Late?

Democrats passed the Affordable Care Act all by themselves, a massive reform of the healthcare system that makes up one sixth of the US economy.

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