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Agents best bet for new plans

"Aetna deals latest blow to Obamacare, pulls out of most markets" reported that in 2017 Aetna, one of the nation's largest health insurers, will sell exchange plans in just four states, down from 15 states this year ("Aetna deals latest blow to Obamacare, pulls out of most markets," Web, Aug. 15). Published August 22, 2016

President Barack Obama walks across the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on June 3, 2016, before boarding the Marine One helicopter for the short ride to nearby Andrews Air Force Base, Md. Obama is traveling to Miami for a pair of Democratic fundraisers. (Associated Press)

Looking for answers

Politicians of left and right usually talk in the hazy language of abstract ideology and theory. Most Americans like plain talk about what works and what doesn't, and when something is clearly not working they want to get rid of it and try something better. That's the appeal of Donald Trump. Whether he's the something better everyone is looking for is another matter. Published June 5, 2016

Hollywood's no role model

I was more interested in why "Stars are aligned against Trump" (Page 1, March 11), a propaganda piece, was front-and-center on the Times' page one than I was in the anti-American "stars" of Hollywood who were photographed. When you boil it down to the dregs in the bottom of the barrel, who cares what Hollywood thinks about Donald Trump? Published March 16, 2016