The nation's healthcare law was written with the residents of rural counties like Choctaw in Oklahoma in mind. A quarter of the Oklahomans who live in the ranch country near the southeastern corner of the state are uninsured, one of many reasons their health ranks near the bottom of Oklahoma's 77 counties. But that does not mean people here want Obamacare.
Obamacare meets extra resistance in Oklahoma
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