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One provision would allow Americans age 30 and up to have “copper plans,” which have lower premiums, but require patients to pay nearly all of the medical costs until they meet the high deductible of $7,150. (Photo: Getty)

A majority of voters support three key provisions of a Senate bill intended to fix part of the Affordable Care Act, according to a survey conducted by the Program for Public Consultation at the University of Maryland, fielded by Nielsen Scarborough and released by the Voice of the People.

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