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Disabled Texans worry loss of Affordable Care Act could cost them programs that help them live independently

Texas is leading a group of conservative states in a legal battle to have the sprawling health care law struck down. Without it, disabled Texans stand to lose programs that have allowed more people to stay in their homes, rather than state-run institutions.

Laura Halvorson at her home in San Antonio on Nov. 30, 2020.

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