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Health Care Reform to Cost $1.4 Trillion
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Abstract

Ask many Americans about health care reform, and even if they lack detailed knowledge of the new law, they will express concern about whether the nation can afford it, according to polls. In other words, they may not know what it does, but they know it’s going to cost plenty.

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Capital Gain Health Care Reform Medicare Program Unearned Income Medicare Advantage Plan 
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