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Health Care Stakes are High in California
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If Caroline Cunningham wakes up in her Studio City home on Wednesday morning to a President-elect Mitt Romney, she knows the first thing she will do. “I have to rush and get back surgery,” she says. Cunningham, a 62-year-old mental health therapist with spinal stenosis, has health insurance coverage through a temporary program established for people with pre-existing conditions under the Affordable Care Act.