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What’s Your Obamacare Story? Help ProPublica Cover the Affordable Care Act
by Charles Ornstein
ProPublica, Nov. 7, 2013, 10:46 am

Nayie Villa, left, gets advice from Rudy Figueroa about insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act in Miami, Fla. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

ProPublica intends to follow the rollout of the Affordable Care Act in the coming months. We’d love to hear your story. Please fill out the form below and we may contact you with follow-up questions. We will not republish your name or contact information without your permission.

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