Emily Nicoll smiles for a photo in Coppell, Texas. For millions of unemployed and underemployed 20-somethings, health care has been out of reach.  Now sweeping federal health laws are promising to make coverage more affordable, but the big question remains_ will it be affordable enough? Nicoll says sheÌll skip other luxuries and pay for the insurance because she's always worried about the "what if."
Emily Nicoll smiles for a photo in Coppell, Texas. For millions of unemployed and underemployed 20-somethings, health care has been out of reach. Now sweeping federal health laws are promising to make coverage more affordable, but the big question remains_ will it be affordable enough? Nicoll says sheÌll skip other luxuries and pay for the insurance because she's always worried about the "what if."
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published Friday, July 5th, 2013
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