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In this Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013, photo provided by Mesh Mesh, Egyptian singer Mohamed Mohsen performs during his concert at a theater in Cairo, Egypt. Mohsen, known for his anti-government songs, said Saturday, March 15, 2014, that Egyptian authorities stopped from performing at an arts festival attended by interim President Adly Mansour and military chief Field Marshal Abdel-Fattah El-Sissi for "security concerns." (AP Photo/Mesh Mesh)

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A women is tended to after collapsing during a rally in support of Medicaid expansion at Capitol Square in Richmond, Va., on Saturday, March, 15, 2014. People attending Saturday's rally carried signs reading "We need Medicaid expansion now" and chanted, "Get sick, go broke, unacceptable." They also heard from two military veterans, a fast-food worker and a child-care provider who fall into what advocates call the Medicaid "coverage gap." The Medicaid disagreement caused the General Assembly to adjourn a week ago without passing the $96 billion two-year state budget. Gov. Terry McAuliffe and his fellow Democrats in the General Assembly want a budget that includes accepting federal Medicaid funds to expand coverage to as many as 400,000 additional residents. Republicans who control the House of Delegates oppose expansion. (AP Photo/Richmond Times-Dispatch,Mark Gormus)

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Marine veteran Mercedies Harris speaks during a rally in support of Medicaid expansion at Capitol Square in Richmond, Va., on Saturday, March, 15, 2014. People attending Saturday's rally carried signs reading "We need Medicaid expansion now" and chanted, "Get sick, go broke, unacceptable." They also heard from two military veterans, a fast-food worker and a child-care provider who fall into what advocates call the Medicaid "coverage gap." The Medicaid disagreement caused the General Assembly to adjourn a week ago without passing the $96 billion two-year state budget. Gov. Terry McAuliffe and his fellow Democrats in the General Assembly want a budget that includes accepting federal Medicaid funds to expand coverage to as many as 400,000 additional residents. Republicans who control the House of Delegates oppose expansion. (AP Photo/Richmond Times-Dispatch,Mark Gormus)