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Challenge to health law stokes fears
Challenge to health law stokes fears

Samantha Allen always dreamed of being a photographer. But struggling with asthma and a painful neurological disorder called fibromyalgia, she needed a job that offered health insurance. That put a freelance career out of reach. Last year, though, Allen was able to get a health plan through the Affordable Care Act with help from a $100 monthly premium subsidy made available by the law. She quit her job at a bank and started a photography business. "It's made all the difference in the world," she said recently. "I want to do this forever." Allen, 30, is one of millions of Americans who have come to rely on the insurance aid in the law. Few of them will be in...

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