Iowa Republican Rod Blum Faces Tough Balancing Act In Swing District

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Across Texas there are thousands of rape kits that have been collected, but remain untested. One state representative is proposing taking donations to raise the money. Pat Sullivan/AP hide caption

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Donations From Drivers Might Help End Rape Kit Backlog In Texas

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Ron Estes was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives for Kansas' 4th District on Tuesday. He greeted supporters in Wichita following his victory. Nadya Faulx/KMUW hide caption

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The next generation of cell phone technology will be much faster but require far more antennas than carriers currently use. Lionel Bonaventure /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wireless Industry Lobbies Statehouses For Access To 'Street Furniture'

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Wireless Industry Lobbies States In Preparation For New Technology

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States Introduce New Legislation To Protect Internet Privacy

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North Carolina Passes Compromise Measure To Repeal Bathroom Bill

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Democrats Look To Replace GOP Rep. Tom Price In Georgia Special Election

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Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, a Republican, speaks to a crowd of Donald Trump supporters at a Trump campaign rally in Tucson, Ariz., in 2016. Brewer sided with Arizona Democrats to expand Medicaid eligibility in the state under Obamacare. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Repeal Of Health Law Could Force Tough Decisions For Arizona Republicans

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Gov. Sam Brownback delivers his State of the State address to a joint session of the Kansas Legislature in Topeka, Kan., on Jan. 10. Lawmakers are considering whether to expand Medicaid, which Brownback opposes. Orlin Wagner/AP hide caption

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As ACA Repeal Vote Nears, Kansas Debates Expanding Medicaid

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Luke Franco, 26, works three jobs and doesn't know whether he qualifies for Medicaid or a subsidy to buy coverage on the exchange set up under the Affordable Care Act. Kristin Gourlay/RINPR hide caption

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How Millennials Win And Lose Under The GOP Health Bill

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Funding is now uncertain for Texas hospitals like Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas that get federal revenue outside the regular Medicaid system to help pay for the uninsured. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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Texas Braces For Medicaid Cuts Under GOP Health Plan

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Bitter Feud Heats Up Between Florida's Top Republicans

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Rep. Steve King Criticized For Tweet Supporting European Nationalist

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Darvin Bentlage is a fourth-generation farmer from Golden City, Mo. He was uninsured before the ACA and featured in a video from the Department of Health and Human Services supporting the law. Screenshot/Department of Health and Human Services hide caption

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Medical Bills Once Made Him Refinance The Farm. Could It Happen Again?

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Ford, now 33, was diagnosed with young-onset Parkinson's disease three years ago. He and Cortney savor his relatively good health now. But the disease is degenerative, which means they'll likely need an individual health policy one day soon, and will eventually turn to Medicaid. Alex Smith/KCUR hide caption

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A Young Man With Parkinson's Worries About The Costs Of A GOP Health Plan

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Eric Greitens, shortly before becoming governor of Missouri in January 2017. To address a revenue shortfall, Greitens cut $68 million in spending for the state's higher education system shortly after taking office. Orlin Wagner/AP hide caption

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As State Budget Revenues Fall Short, Higher Education Faces A Squeeze

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Alabama Lawmakers Move To Abolish Judicial Override

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In Delaware, State Senate Election Turns Into Referendum On Trump

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Kate Noble speaks to voters at a listening session at Gonzales Community School in Santa Fe, N.M. She ran for a seat on the Santa Fe Public Schools Board. Megan Kamerick/KUNM hide caption

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Trump's Election Drives More Women To Consider Running For Office

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