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Topic - Anton Gunn
The Obama administration recently announced that the mandatory health care exchanges by states as part of the the Affordable Care Act will officially be referred to as "online marketplaces." What wasn't clarified at the time was the reasoning behind the rhetorical shift. Now, voters know: Cultural sensitivity.
"We're going to use the word 'marketplace' because it actually makes sense to people," Mr. Gunn said at a conference in Washington, D.C. " 'Exchange' doesn't translate to anything in Spanish, but 'marketplace' does. ...