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Changes to U.S. Census questions could cloud Obamacare impact

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The U.S. Census Bureau is altering the questions it asks about health insurance so fundamentally that it will be hard to weigh the impact of President Obama's health care law against previous year's findings. The changes, first reported by the New York Times, are taking place just as the American public is weighing Obamacare's effects and trying to figure out the net number of people who have...

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