The specialty grocer Trader Joe's says next year it will end its policy of offering health benefits for part-time workers. Instead, the store will offer part-timers cash to help buy coverage. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Part-Time Workers Search New Exchanges For Health Insurance

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People get information on California's health exchange at a table at Union Station in Los Angeles on Tuesday, the exchange's opening day. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Back To Work After A Baby, But Without Health Insurance

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