A young girl holds a sign alongside supporters of the Affordable Care Act at a January rally on the state Capitol steps in Denver. Women’s health advocates say Republican proposals to replace Obamacare will disproportionately hurt women and their families.
A young girl holds a sign alongside supporters of the Affordable Care Act at a January rally on the state Capitol steps in Denver. Women’s health advocates say Republican proposals to replace Obamacare will disproportionately hurt women and their families. Brennan Linsley AP
A young girl holds a sign alongside supporters of the Affordable Care Act at a January rally on the state Capitol steps in Denver. Women’s health advocates say Republican proposals to replace Obamacare will disproportionately hurt women and their families. Brennan Linsley AP

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