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Texans Still Conflicted About Affordable Care Act

As the open enrollment period for federally-subsidized health insurance began for the third time, the Affordable Care Act is still politically unpopular in Texas.

A group of medical doctors in the hallway of the Capitol extension on Feb. 8, 2013.

As the open enrollment period for federally-subsidized health insurance began for the third time, the Affordable Care Act is still politically unpopular in Texas. But some medical and business groups are voicing support for Medicaid expansion, saying it would bring money and jobs to the state. (NPR)

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