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Obamacare fix: Customers caught in the middle

CBS News Thursday, 13 August 2020
Obamacare fix: Customers caught in the middleInsurance companies and state regulators are saying President Obama's one-year extension of health care policies canceled because they do not comply with Obamacare isn't that simple. Jeff Pegues reports.
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