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In this Oct. 17, 2014, photo, Jeff Hulbert, left, of Annapolis, Md., protests U.S. handling of Ebola cases, as Mary Wills, right, of Cleveland, playfully covers her face while taking a photo with Hulbert, outside of the White House. A ban on travel from West Africa might seem like a simple and smart response to the frightening Ebola outbreak there. It’s become a central demand of Republicans on Capitol Hill and some Democrats, and is popular with the public. But health experts are nearly unanimous in saying it’s a bad idea that could backfire. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

In this Oct. 17, 2014, photo, Jeff Hulbert, left, of Annapolis, Md., protests U.S. handling of Ebola cases, as Mary Wills, right, of Cleveland, playfully covers her face while taking a photo with Hulbert, outside of the White House. A ban on travel from West Africa might seem like a simple and smart response to the frightening Ebola outbreak there. It’s become a central demand of Republicans on Capitol Hill and some Democrats, and is popular with the public. But health experts are nearly unanimous in saying it’s a bad idea that could backfire. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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