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How do you stay on the family health plan without your parents finding out about your health issues? Alex Williamson/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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A subsidiary of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield in Virginia won't offer an insurance plan on the lowest tier of the marketplace next year. Morgan McCloy/NPR hide caption

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UnitedHealth Group, based in Minnetonka, Minn., says it expects to lose $650 million on health exchange plans this year. Many people who bought the plans are in relatively poor health, the company says. Mike Bradley/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Ohio residents feel split about Obamacare Ken Orvidas for NPR hide caption

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Split Views On Health Overhaul In Ohio

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Hospitals Adapt ERs To Meet Patient Demand For Routine Care

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Blue skies in San Juan, Puerto Rico belie the U.S. territory's struggle with massive debt. The islands have a generous health care program that covers nearly everyone, but economists say it has never been adequately funded. Christopher Gregory/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Puerto Rico's Growing Financial Crisis Threatens Health Care, Too

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has unveiled a health care plan that starts with repealing Obamacare. Maddie McGarvey for The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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In Texas, Uneven Expansion Of Obamacare Sows Frustration

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