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In Rural Iowa, Distance Makes Health Care Sign-Ups A Challenge

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To Changing Landscape, Add Private Health Care Exchanges

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Amid insurance cancellations, some people are finding better coverage through Covered California, the state's health exchange. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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These Californians Greeted Canceled Health Plans With Smiles

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Health Exchanges Brace For A December Deluge

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White House Pushes Next Year's Health Plan Sign-Ups Later

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Peter Lee, the executive director California's health insurance marketplace, says he's pleased by the number of young people already signing up. Max Whittaker/Getty Images hide caption

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Medicaid Enrollment Is Brisk Despite HealthCare.gov Troubles

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President Obama met at the White House with CEOs from across the health insurance industry on Friday. Insurers, he says, will be allowed to renew for one more year health policies that don't meet the new national standards set by the Affordable Care Act. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Can You Keep Your Old Health Plan? It May Depend On Where You Live

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President Obama laid out a plan Thursday to allow people who received insurance cancellation notices to keep their coverage, at least for a while. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Insurers Aren't Keen On Obama's Pledge To Extend Coverage

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The Health Care Numbers Are Out, And They're Disappointing

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President Barack Obama speaks in Boston about the Affordable Care Act. Obama and his supporters have often said the health care law would allow half of single Americans under 35 to get insurance for less than $50 a month. Stephan Savoia/AP hide caption

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Can Young People Get Obamacare For $50 A Month? Sometimes

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People protest President Obama's "If you like your insurance you can keep it" comment during a presidential visit to Dallas last week. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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As Heard On Morning Edition

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