Terry Brewster, 56, visits Dr. Paul Cohen at Little River Medical Center in Little River, S.C., on June 15, 2015. Brewster is dealing with rheumatoid arthritis and a torn rotator cuff, and is concerned that if he loses his Affordable Care Act subsidies, he will no longer be able to afford medical coverage or get shoulder surgery. The possible loss of subsidies under the Affordable Care Act would have a disproportionate impact on the southern states, which are among the nation’s most impoverished.
Terry Brewster, 56, visits Dr. Paul Cohen at Little River Medical Center in Little River, S.C., on June 15, 2015. Brewster is dealing with rheumatoid arthritis and a torn rotator cuff, and is concerned that if he loses his Affordable Care Act subsidies, he will no longer be able to afford medical coverage or get shoulder surgery. The possible loss of subsidies under the Affordable Care Act would have a disproportionate impact on the southern states, which are among the nation’s most impoverished. McClatchy
Terry Brewster, 56, visits Dr. Paul Cohen at Little River Medical Center in Little River, S.C., on June 15, 2015. Brewster is dealing with rheumatoid arthritis and a torn rotator cuff, and is concerned that if he loses his Affordable Care Act subsidies, he will no longer be able to afford medical coverage or get shoulder surgery. The possible loss of subsidies under the Affordable Care Act would have a disproportionate impact on the southern states, which are among the nation’s most impoverished. McClatchy

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