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States Have Much Discretion to Speed, Slow Health Reform's Effects

While many aspects of the federal health reform law don't take full effect until 2014, states can choose whether to speed up or slow down some of the sweeping changes to the U.S. health care system. Margaret Warner gets some national perspective on health reform implementation and what's to come from NPR's Julie Rovner.
Length: 04:14

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