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  Implementing the Affordable Care Act

'Obamacare' countdown gets under way

Fewer than 100 days before uninsured Americans can sign up for coverage, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said Monday the administration is gearing up with new call centers, a revamped website — and a confab with the National Football League. Full story

Why we should have an ‘Opt Out’ organ donation policy

Sarah Murnaghan, 10, has made headlines around the world as she waits for a lung transplant. Her case demonstrates why the country needs to change its organ donation policy--immediately. Full story

Affordable Care Act turns three: What's coming, what needs fixing

  The president signed the Affordable Care Act three years ago this March, and Health and Human Services Dept. Secretary Kathleen Sebelius joins Morning Joe to discuss the ACA and its expansion.

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