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21 out of 23 nonprofits created under Obamacare were losing money as of December; those 21 may not be able to repay their portion of $2.4B in federal loans.

"Most nonprofit “co-op” health insurers set up under ObamaCare are losing money and falling short of enrollment targets, according to a Health Department watchdog report. These nonprofit co-op health plans were created under ObamaCare as a compromise after liberals failed to secure a “public option,” a government-run plan to compete with insurers." --Peter Sullivan, The Hill

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