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A quarter of young people don’t want health insurance, think it’s a ripoff

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About one in four Americans ages 18-30 say they “don’t really need” health insurance, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. About 35 percent are unwilling to say it’s “worth the money it costs.” Those are pretty big minorities of the population that don’t want health insurance. But guess what? They will be forced by Obamacare to buy health insurance. If the birth-control-mandate fight...

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