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White House: No backup plan if Obamacare fails

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When Obamacare implementation began, its supporters said the program needed about seven million people to enroll by next March. Of that number, advocates said, a large portion -- about 40 percent -- had to be young and healthy, to cover the costs of insuring older, less healthy Americans. As Obamacare's problems mounted, and it became more and more likely the system would not hit those marks,...

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