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Millions of people could lose health insurance coverage when the COVID-19 emergency ends

Adam Sparks earns $13 an hour as an assistant manager at a movie theater in a suburb of Des Moines, Iowa. It’s enough for the 24-year-old to pay for most necessities – except health care. He relies on Medicaid to cover medications for allergies, his recently diagnosed attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder […]

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