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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Amie Goldman
Citing financial concerns, the Obama administration has begun quietly winding down one of the earliest programs created by the president's health care overhaul, a plan that helps people with medical problems who can't get private insurance.
The enrollment suspension will take effect immediately in 23 states where the federal government administers the program, Goldman said.
"We're glad this program was here and able to help," said Amie Goldman, who oversees the program in Wisconsin. "I'm certainly disappointed we won't be able to serve everyone who has a need for this coverage."