USA Today, June 10, 2013

WASHINGTON -- President Obama on Friday highlighted a concentrated, localized strategy to encourage young Americans to enroll in the new health care exchanges. "Competition and choice are pushing down costs in the individual market, just like the law is designed to do," Obama said during remarks in San Jose, Calif. California is one of three states key to the 2010 health care law's expansion of health insurance to all Americans -- but especially young people. Republicans greeted Obama's remarks in California with an op-ed in the San Jose Mercury News saying the health care plan will wind up hurting most Americans.
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