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Kagro in the Morning - May 6, 2014

Greg Dworkin's morning roundup comes with its own Storify compilation today, collecting the non-paywalled stories behind the shocking conclusion of a look back at Massachusetts' RomneyCare: it helped get people access to health care, and they're healthier and living longer as a result. How many lives might be saved by expanding Medicaid? And returning to a theme, "Universal Mammogram Screening Shows We Don’t Understand Risk." The Gop Benghazi revival, though aimed at impeachment, draws little of the Beltway press dismissal the "I word" did when aimed at Bush. A look at that Princeton kid's "privilege" essay. Post net-neutrality throttling is already happening. More places Wall Street is working hard to funnel public dollars to their private wallets.

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Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 1:55pm EST