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For children in homes with household income below the federal poverty line, the uninsured rate rose to 6.6 percent, from 4.4 percent. (Photo: Seth Perlman/AP Photo)

Efforts to get more Americans into some kind of public or private health insurance program slowed earlier this year, and the uninsured rates for poor children and the unemployed increased.

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