Linda Door protested outside the U.S. Supreme Court as it began hearing arguments on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act in March 2012. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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More Republicans Push For Fixing, Not Repealing, Obamacare
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Indian Country Sets Priorities With State Of Nations Address
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"People like to share, if you give them the opportunity and the choice." — John Wilbanks James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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Is Too Much Privacy Bad For Your Health?
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Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman of California stands in his Capitol Hill office beside a wall displaying his legislative accomplishments. Waxman, 74, said Thursday that he would retire after 40 years in the House of Representatives. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Rep. Waxman Leaves Behind A Legacy Of Health Laws
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Erick Munoz, flanked by lawyers, walks to 96th District Court last Friday. A judge ordered a Texas hospital to remove life support from his wife, Marlise. Tim Sharp/AP hide caption

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Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., is one of the sponsors of a Republican proposal to rewrite the Affordable Care Act. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Amanda Gerety, a staff nurse at Boston Medical Center, checks monitors that track patients' vital signs. Fewer beeps means crisis warnings are easier to hear, she says. Richard Knox/NPR hide caption

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Silencing Many Hospital Alarms Leads To Better Health Care
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Alice Snyder, with her parents Mary and Ryan, during a checkup with Dr. John Herzenberg, who treated her clubfoot without surgery. Jenny Gold/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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How Parents And The Internet Transformed Clubfoot Treatment
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UPS has told workers that it will no longer offer health coverage for spouses who have their own job-based insurance. Above, a UPS driver makes a delivery in North Andover, Mass. Elise Amendola/AP hide caption

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Insurers get paid more for older people under the Affordable Care Act, even if they're healthy. Tony Ding/AP hide caption

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The Healthy, Not The Young, May Determine Health Law's Fate
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Texas Sets Up Roadblock For Health Care Navigators
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Cedric Anthony and Alysia Greer are two of the navigators working in Houston neighborhoods for United Labor Unions Local 100. Carrie Feibel hide caption

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John Martin, 24, was uninsured until a health care navigator told him he could get coverage through his parents' health plan. Jenny Gold hide caption

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In North Carolina, Workarounds Help The Poor Find Health Coverage
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