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After Ruling Obama Says ACA 'Here to Stay'

Thursday, June 25, 2015

A leading Latina health advocacy is among many sending celebratory press statements on the heels of the news. "Hundreds of thousands of Latinas will retain their health insurance," writes Jessica González-Rojas.

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