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States fighting ObamaCare have higher rates of uninsured

The oral arguments over ObamaCare that will commence today at the U.S. Supreme Court are prompted by lawsuits filed by states that generally have higher percentages of uninsured residents than states that aren’t suing.

Residents of these same states that are fighting ObamaCare also tend to be more religious, more conservative, more likely to have voted for John McCain four years ago, more likely to be poor and more likely to have lower levels of well-being and shorter life expectancies.

The story is HERE.

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