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Young Adults Likely to Pay Big Share of Reform’s Cost
By Shailagh Murray, Washington Post Staff Writer

As health-care legislation advances through Congress, the young adults who were so vital to President Obama’s election are emerging as a significant beneficiary of his top domestic priority, but they are also likely to play a major role in funding any reform. In a campaign-style rally Thursday at the University of Maryland at College Park, Obama will aim to tap his richest vein of support — voters younger than 30 — to help sell his reform plan to a more skeptical general public. “We’re at an important turning point in our push for real reform,” read the e-mailed invitation, “and it’s critical that we seize this moment.”  

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