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How Best To Teach A Troubled Teen? The Question Can Get Stuck In Court

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Former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim celebrates a close primary win, in his bid to retake the office that he held when he was charged with multiple counts of corruption. Cloe Poisson/TNS /Landov hide caption

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State Obamacare Exchanges Experience Growing Pains

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Morgan Tuck of the Connecticut Huskies shoots against Shatori Walker-Kimbrough of the Maryland Terrapins during the NCAA women's Final Four in Tampa, Fla. Mike Carlson/Getty Images hide caption

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Lou Graham prepares taxes in Connecticut and is ready to answer client questions about the Affordable Care Act. Jeff Cohen/WNPR hide caption

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Tax Preparers Get Ready To Be Bearers Of Bad News About Health Law

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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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Doctors say they need to accept patients with a variety of types of insurance in order for them to stay in businesses. iStockphoto hide caption

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Two Doctors Weigh Whether To Accept Obamacare Plans

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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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Kevin Counihan, CEO of Connecticut's health insurance exchange, hopes to be able to market their expertise. Jeff Cohen/NPR hide caption

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Connecticut Looks To Sell Its Obamacare Exchange To Other States

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Do you have questions about the bronze plan? iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Call Centers Got Big Deals Under Health Law, But How Big?

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Outreach worker Emanuela Cebert (right) talks to Papilon Ferreiras about health insurance outside a rap concert. Jeff Cohen/WNPR hide caption

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Connecticut Takes Obamacare To The People

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Homer Bell's family: sister Laura Bell (from left), sister Regina Bell, mother Rosalind Scott and stepfather Jack Wilcox. Jeff Cohen/WNPR hide caption

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How A Family Copes With Schizophrenia And Suicide

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