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Will Swine Flu Follow Campers To School?

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Luis Jimenez in 2003, after being deported from Florida's Martin Memorial Medical Center to Guatemala City, Guatemala. Rodrigo Abd/AP hide caption

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Deportation Dilemmas Deepen For U.S. Hospitals

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Jody Hall, the owner of Cupcake Royale in Seattle, is struggling to pay for escalating health insurance premiums for her employees. She supports a proposal to create an insurance plan offered by the federal government. Courtesy of Cupcake Royale hide caption

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CDC To Urge Swine Flu Vaccine For Pregnant Women

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President Obama speaks during a town hall meeting on health care in Shaker Heights, Ohio, on Thursday. Findings from a recent NPR poll indicate that about half of Americans are now onboard with Obama's health care plan. Haraz N. Ghanbari/AP hide caption

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NPR Poll Finds Tough Sledding For Obama

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