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Guide to health care reform

It's 2014, so almost everyone in the U.S. must have health insurance. Here's our day-by-day guide.

Published: October 2013

The new health insurance law is controversial, and confusing. To make sense of it all, we are posting an article a day every day until Jan. 1, 2014, when the new law takes full effect, and are also providing links to helpful resources.

   

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