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The nation’s divisive debate over health care could go on for years. Having failed to repeal the entire law, Republicans may start targeting pieces of it, such as a Medicare cost control board, or various taxes.

For now, administration officials say they are just focused on getting through the March 31 end of open enrollment. People who enroll by that date will not face the law’s tax penalty for remaining uninsured.

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The administration and its supporters are also planning a big push to get younger, healthy uninsured people to sign up, key to the law’s long-term success.




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