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Trump’s order is likely to please some groups, including the National Federation of Independent Business. (Photo: Shutterstock)

President Donald Trump planned Thursday to move forward in changing U.S. health care by signing an executive order aimed at expanding low-cost insurance options, which critics say will leave some with skimpy coverage and hurt already-struggling insurance markets.


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