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Striking bus driver Jim Fouts walks a picket line, near what is normally the busiest bus station in the Chittenden County Transportation Agency network, Monday, March 17, 2014, in Burlington, Vt. Chittenden County Transportation Authority says union bus drivers aren't working Monday and the union representing them says the strike will continue until better conditions are set for the workers. (AP Photo/Wilson Ring)

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Sen. Cory Booker, New Jersey Democrat, says the newest proposed unemployment benefits bill is a step in the right direction in getting people long out of the labor force back to work. (Associated Press)

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Sen. Cory Booker, New Jersey Democrat, says the newest proposed unemployment benefits bill is a step in the right direction in getting people long out of the labor force back to work. (Associated Press)

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In this March 10, 2014 photo, with Health care information in the foreground, participants learn more about their health care options during an Affordable Care Act enrollment event in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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This undated photo provided by Get Covered Illinois shows one of several satirical ads Illinois is using to encourage young adults to sign up for health insurance by a March 31 deadline under the national health care law. The “Hard Choices” advertisements make the argument that getting insurance can prevent big medical bills and financial humiliation. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Get Covered Illinois)

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This undated photo provided by Get Covered Illinois shows one of several satirical ads Illinois is using to encourage young adults to sign up for health insurance by a March 31 deadline under the national health care law. The “Hard Choices” advertisements make the argument that getting insurance can prevent big medical bills and financial humiliation. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Get Covered Illinois)

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Health care assister Charolyn Mosley looks at her cell phone as she waits to help anyone looking to shop the federal marketplace for health insurance at a convention center in Texas City, Texas, Saturday, March 1, 2014. Though organizers had recruited assisters to handle as many as 400 people in navigating the federal insurance marketplace, only a handful had come by in the first hours of operations.(AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

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A poster touting health insurance hangs on a door to a nearly empty room at a convention center in Texas City, Texas, Saturday, March 1, 2014. Though organizers had recruited assisters to handle as many as 400 people seeking help in navigating the federal insurance marketplace, only a handful had come by in the first hours of operations. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

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Navigator Anna Ray, right, helps Maria Burciaga shop the federal marketplace for health insurance Saturday, March 1, 2014, at a Houston art gallery. March 31 is the deadline for open enrollment for people to take the plunge and purchase health insurance on the federal marketplace.(AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)