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Episode 383: What The Health Care Decision Means For Peoples' Lives

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Episode 383: What The Health Care Decision Means For Peoples' Lives

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Episode 383: What The Health Care Decision Means For Peoples' Lives

Episode 383: What The Health Care Decision Means For Peoples' Lives

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A bulletin board in New York's Jamaica Hospital offers advice for uninsured patients.
Seth Wenig/AP

The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the health-care law will change peoples' lives. On today's show, we talk to a few of those people.

When the ruling came down, we were visiting people who work at a health insurance agency in Connecticut. The Court's ruling means the company needs to find a new line of business or close down altogether. (Here's more on our visit.)

Also, we hear how people's lives changed when they lost health insurance — and when they got it.

Music: Be Good Tanyas's "Human Thing." Find us:Twitter/ Facebook/ Spotify/ Tumblr.

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