1 million North Carolinians will move to subsidized health insurance
Nine-year-old DeMareye Brightman plays a video game while his mother Chaney Stokes checks some work email in the living room of their apartment on Tuesday July 2, 2013 in Raleigh, N.C. Despite working two jobs, Stokes is uninsured.
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#2 Jul 9, 2013
This is what happens when you worry about who will pay rather than HOW MUCH is actually being paid for WHAT. It's the costs stupid.
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