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You’ve heard it a million times, but in the wake of attempts to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, it might be worth stating again: Millions of Americans now have health insurance because of Obamacare.

The law certainly has some shortcomings, including bureaucratic red-tape that is preventing many eligible immigrants from getting coverage and many who are eligible for marketplace subsidies from getting the money they need to pay for their plans. Some consumers have complained that their high-deductible plans barely amount to insurance, and have dropped the plans that they say simply aren’t worth the $100 or more a month they’re spending on premiums.

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