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Uninsured try to untangle health proposals

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / January 27, 2004

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KEENE, N.H. -- Julie Voigts, a 22-year-old worker at Prime Roast Coffee Co. who has no health insurance, waited on customers the other day as supporters of various presidential campaigns marched on Main Street. With just days to go before the primary vote, Voigts was still trying to figure out which Democratic candidate is most likely to help her get ... (Full Article: 937 Words)

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