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South Dakota Residents Losing Health Policies

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South Dakota Residents Losing Health Policies

South Dakota Senator John Thune says they are starting to hear from people who have had their individual insurance policies cancelled under terms of the Affordable Care Act…

 

While Thune said “thousands of South Dakotans” have had their insurance cancelled, he couldn’t say exactly how many, or where that number came from…

 

Thune says he expects the number to go higher…

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