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We, The Voters

We, the voters

The Left. The Right. The Disillusioned.

Friday

People have been pleasantly surprised to find Affordable Care Act insurance plans under $10 a month since President Biden has been in office. The plans were more expensive and fewer people bought them during Donald Trump's presidential term. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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How Biden and Trump disagree over how to address the cost of health care

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Wednesday

Fat Joe arrives at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Feb. 13. The Bronx-born rapper sat with NPR's A Martínez to discuss how he advocates for price transparency and what he wants politicians in D.C. to do about it. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP hide caption

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FAT JOE ON HEALTHCARE COSTS

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Tuesday

Scenes from the Medical center of Elberton, in Elberton, Georgia, a clinic that serves a rural population. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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HEALTH CARE ACCESS

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Monday

Amy Wilson, a conductor and artistic director of the Atlanta Philharmonic, suffered from brain cancer but isn't able to get Medicaid which makes it difficult to pay her hospital bills. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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GA MEDICAID EXPANSION

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Monday

Anne Banfield left West Virginia in early 2022 and is now an OB-GYN in Maryland. Amanda Andrade-Rhoades for NPR hide caption

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A doctor moved to a state where abortion is protected. She’s concerned about the 2024 election

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Friday

Without knowing one another, 14 people, including Kai Gardner Mishlove, gathered from across Wisconsin to discuss all things abortion for three days in Madison. Maayan Silver/WUWM hide caption

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14 STRANGERS TALK ABORTION

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Wednesday

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6 key facts about abortion laws and the 2024 election

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Tuesday

Anti-abortion activists who describe themselves as "abolitionists" protest outside a fertility clinic in North Carolina in April 2024. Sarah McCammon/NPR hide caption

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Republicans try to soften stance on abortion as 'abolitionists' go farther

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Friday

Friday, March 29, 2024 Tucson, Arizona —Juan Ciscomani poses for a portrait at his offices in Tucson, Arizona on Friday, March 29, 2024. CREDIT: Ash Ponders for NPR MEArizona— Ash Ponders/Ash Ponders for NPR hide caption

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What Arizona's Mexico-born Republican congressman thinks of the border situation

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Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas talks with NPR's Morning Edition Wednesday, May 8, 2024, at the department's headquarters in Washington, D.C. Michael Zamora/NPR hide caption

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Is Biden's border plan working? Here's how the top immigration official says it is

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Thursday

Police arrest an alleged thief, not shown, on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens, New York. The neighborhood has seen a jump in robbery over the past year. Many residents blame migrants, but this suspect was American. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Migrant crime is politically charged, but the reality is more complicated

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Wednesday

Rosbely Sira Linarez holds her infant son on April 24 in the north Denver encampment where they've been living with other South and Central American immigrants who arrived in Colorado in the last year. Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite hide caption

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Migrant arrivals stretched Denver's budget. Now, the city is scaling back aid

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Yajaíra Peñaloza (left) and Marian Araujo pose with their children while waiting for their ride at the Casa Alitas shelter in Tucson, Ariz., on March 26. Ash Ponders for NPR hide caption

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Migrants claiming asylum can be allowed into the U.S. Here's how it works

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Tuesday

Ryan Riccucci, division chief of law enforcement operational programs for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, says he feels his agency is often misunderstood by the U.S. public. Here, he poses for a portrait in his office at the Tucson Sector headquarters in Arizona on March 26. Ash Ponders for NPR hide caption

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How a U.S. Customs and Border Protection veteran sees his agency's mission

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Monday

Álvaro Enciso places crosses at sites where migrants are known to have died in the borderland, this cross represents the death of Nolberto Torres-Zayas just east of Arivaca, Arizona on Wednesday, March 27, 2024. Torres-Zayas died of hyperthermia in 2009, not far from a Humane Borders water cache that had been vandalized and drained. Ash Ponders for NPR hide caption

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Is it easy for migrants to enter the U.S.? We went to the border to find out

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