Covered California’s Gina Falcon, center, and Roy De Leon, right, answer questions during outreach at Sunnyside High School on March 15, 2014. Hundreds of thousands of Valley families would lose health care coverage if Congress repeals the Affordable Care Act.
Covered California’s Gina Falcon, center, and Roy De Leon, right, answer questions during outreach at Sunnyside High School on March 15, 2014. Hundreds of thousands of Valley families would lose health care coverage if Congress repeals the Affordable Care Act. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA The Fresno Bee file
Covered California’s Gina Falcon, center, and Roy De Leon, right, answer questions during outreach at Sunnyside High School on March 15, 2014. Hundreds of thousands of Valley families would lose health care coverage if Congress repeals the Affordable Care Act. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA The Fresno Bee file

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