Charlton Memorial Hospital closed in 2013, but it may now be able to offer some ER services thanks to a limited license Georgia is now offering to struggling rural hospitals. Susanna Capelouto hide caption

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Georgia Looks To Reopen Some Closed Hospitals As ERs

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Frustrated By The Affordable Care Act, One Family Opts Out

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This flea market in Colorado Springs and the Obamacare exchanges are versions of the same thing — marketplaces where sellers display wares and shoppers browse and buy. www.csfleamarket.com hide caption

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How Health Insurance Exchanges Are Like Flea Markets

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Insurance Fee For Big Businesses Helps Fund Obamacare

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Doctors who bill the federal government for a lot of services may be gaming the system, but there also may be a reasonable explanation. Aslan Alphan/Getty Images hide caption

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High Charges By Doctors May Or May Not Be Red Flags For Fraud

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Obamacare Prompts Firm To Consider Dropping Its Health Plan

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Paul Siperke, co-owner of Cleveland brewery Fat Head's, plans to keep providing health insurance to his employees. But he's irked by the continual price fluctuations in the group's policy — this year caused partly by the Affordable Care Act. Milan Jovanovic /WCPN hide caption

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Pub Owner Frustrated That Health Plan Prices Keep Jumping

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