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Parker Sorensen, left, his mother, Lisa Nerenhausen, and father, Brian Sorensen, are at their home in Appleton, Wis., on Dec. 20. Lisa and her husband are losing coverage under BadgerCare, as part of the approximately 77,000 people forced to move on to the private health care exchange. But their son, Parker, stands to gain coverage from the change, as he is among the 83,000 poor childless adults who may qualify for coverage under the new system. (Lukas Keapproth/Green Bay Press-Gazette)

Neighbors diverge on health care

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Nora G. Hertel and James Nord

Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism

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