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Court's Health Rule Spares 108,000 Wisconsin Women

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

But while public health advocates in a state without any health exchanges were celebrating, the fight over the Affordable Care Act goes on. In the Capitol, opponents of the governor's decision against Medicaid expansion are holding up the budget.

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