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And that's why people like me, who buy their own insurance, still need the health-care provider.
A growing movement is making it possible for survivors of domestic violence to take time off—without sacrificing their income or jeopardizing their jobs.
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If you believe that health care is just like any other free-market enterprise, then it's fine for millions of poor people to lose coverage.