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In Texas, "Navigator" Training Becomes a Political Football

A push for stricter training requirements for insurance "navigators," who will help uninsured residents sign up for health coverage, is fueling the latest political clash over the Affordable Care Act in Texas.

Kenneth Flippin, left, and Jane Denson, right, of Enroll America at the home of Shelby Childress.

A push for stricter training requirements for insurance "navigators," who will help uninsured residents sign up for health coverage, is fueling the latest political clash over the Affordable Care Act in Texas.

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