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In North Carolina, Workarounds Help The Poor Find Health Coverage
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A close look at this house at 3215 Wade Ave. in Raleigh, N.C., suggests not all is as it seems. There isn't a driveway, for instance, and there's no walkway to the front door. Eric Mennel/WUNC hide caption

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In North Carolina, Latino Voters Could Be Crucial To Winning The State
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President Obama walks onto the stage before speaking at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill on April 24. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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