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New Obamacare Guideline Offers Coverage to People on Parole, Probation (Video)

The Obama administration has announced a new rule that will extend Medicaid coverage to 100,000 people on parole or probation. The new guideline states people on probation or parole are not considered inmates, therefore, they are eligible for health insurance through Obamacare.

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