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When covering the GOP efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, we tend to focus on the big picture: billions of cuts in Medicaid spending, say, or millions fewer people with health coverage.
But the real impacts would be felt in states, cities and towns, and they would vary a lot depending on where you live, how old you are and your particular health concerns.
Reporters for NPR and NPR member stations across the country have delved into the impacts; their reporting fuels this Q&A, which you can search by topic and locale.
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