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Is Now The Time To Fix Rather Than Scrap Obamacare?
National Public Radio

Since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in 2010, “repeal and replace” has been the rallying cry for Republicans who opposed it. But now that most of the law’s provisions have taken effect, some health experts are pitching ways to tweak it, rather than eliminate it.

An ideologically diverse panel at the National Health Policy Conference Monday presented different ideas to make the law work better. But they all agreed on one thing: The Affordable Care Act is too complicated.

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