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Why Wait for Washington to Get it Right? Cities and States Offer Solutions to America's Healthcare Problems

The future of healthcare in America is hanging in the balance. Senate leader Mitch McConnell’s announcement that the Senate will take its first steps towards repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) this week makes the rollback seem more imminent than ever. With no clear idea about what might replace the ACA, millions of Americans, some of whose lives depend on comprehensive and affordable insurance, are left understandably distressed. Read more here.

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