Even with National Public Radio in her ear and the New York Times online, Charlotte bartender Sara Kelly Jones woke up confused Friday and “terrified all over again” about her healthcare future.
Even with National Public Radio in her ear and the New York Times online, Charlotte bartender Sara Kelly Jones woke up confused Friday and “terrified all over again” about her healthcare future. Courtesy of Sara Kelly Jones
Even with National Public Radio in her ear and the New York Times online, Charlotte bartender Sara Kelly Jones woke up confused Friday and “terrified all over again” about her healthcare future. Courtesy of Sara Kelly Jones

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