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Repairing Obamacare tricky but not impossible

Citing protracted uncertainty over the law's future, many insurers propose big rate increases again for next year

Protesters during a demonstration against the Republican repeal of the Affordable Care Act in Washington. The health law provided the funding for three years, but many people think reinsurance needs to be permanent.


REPUBLICANS have failed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Now, can it be repaired?

The seven-year-old law has survived Supreme Court decisions and aggressive attempts to extinguish it by Republicans in Congress and the White House. But even people who rely...

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