Employees at a Papa John's in New Hyde Park, N.Y., make pizzas in 2012. Restaurant employees have been a focus of debate on Obamacare coverage. Kathy Kmonicek/Invision/AP hide caption

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Will Obamacare Mean Fewer Jobs? Depends On Whom You Ask

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Volunteer Tammy Spencer goes door to door in Boca Raton., Fla., on July 27 to spread the word on the state's health exchange. Phil Galewitz/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Can "Parks and Rec" star Amy Poehler make health insurance fun, or at least funny? Evan Agostini/Invision/AP hide caption

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President Obama walks off the stage after speaking about the Affordable Care Act during an event in the East Room of the White House on Thursday. Obama argued that the law is holding insurance companies accountable and putting money back into the pockets of consumers. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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White House Muddles Obamacare Messaging — Again

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Back in 2006, President Bush and Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt talked with reporters during a trip to Florida, where Bush spoke to volunteers helping seniors sign up for the Medicare prescription drug benefit. Mike Stocker/AP hide caption

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Messy Rollout Of Health Law Echoes Medicare Drug Expansion

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Baltimore Archbishop William Lori gave voice to a letter Catholic groups sent to the administration and Congress to protest insurance rules for contraceptives. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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As Heard On Morning Edition

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Tax credits may help make health insurance more affordable, but can bite back if your income goes up more than expected. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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President Obama talked up the Affordable Care Act in San Jose, Calif., in June. Now, the administration has said a key provision affecting businesses won't take effect until 2015. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Students at Yale University and several other schools that are self-insured will qualify for subsidies under the federal health law after all. Christopher Capozziello/Getty Images hide caption

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Families soon will be able to sign up for new health insurance options through the Affordable Care Act. In Washington, D.C., Dr. Cheryl Focht of Mary's Center performs a checkup of Jayson Gonzalez, 16, while his mother, Elizabeth Lopez, looks on. Heather Rousseau/NPR hide caption

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You Ask, We Answer: Demystifying The Affordable Care Act

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They're back: Cheaper mail-order medications from Canada and other foreign lands. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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