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Americans Without Health Insurance

The number of Americans without health insurance jumps almost six percent in 2002. The Census Bureau says layoffs and scaled-back job benefits are largely to blame. Healthcare coverage could become a decisive issue in next year's presidential election. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.

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