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Connecticut Governor Targets Hospital Funds To Close Budget Gap
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Rick and Letha Heitman, of Centennial, Colo., bought their health plan in 2015 through Colorado HealthOP, an insurance cooperative that will close at the end of the year. HealthOp's CEO says the co-op was "blindsided" when some promised federal subsidies failed to materialize. John Daley/CPR News hide caption

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Many Health Co-Ops Fold, Others Survive Startup Struggles
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State Obamacare Exchanges Experience Growing Pains
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In one of Access Health CT's new video commercials, a barber explains to his clients why getting health insurance should be a priority. Access Health CT hide caption

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State Health Insurance Exchanges Hope To Woo Urban Minorities
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DeLisa Tolson signed up for health insurance at a retail store set up by Connecticut's exchange. She says she was so happy with the experience, she told all her friends. Jeff Cohen/NPR hide caption

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Customers Rush To Retail Store In Connecticut To Buy Obamacare
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Connecticut Looks To Sell Its Obamacare Exchange To Other States
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