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Millions would lose health-care coverage under the widely criticized and increasingly unpopular bill that House Republicans passed last week.
As survivors of sexual assault attempt to determine how the proposed legislation could affect them, opponents of the bill warn of a potential chilling effect on reports of sexual assault, an already-underreported crime.
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