A Middle-Class Healthcare Dilemma
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A Middle-Class Healthcare Dilemma

Sarah and Will Armstrong are like many middle-class families. They are educated, have three kids and nice house in the suburbs. But at the end of next month, their health insurance will run out. (Pierre Kattar/The Washington Post)

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