Cancer survivor Margalie Williams and others show their support during March 2 rally in Miami for Save My Care bus tour, a two-month, cross-country trip focused on telling the stories of people who could lose their health insurance coverage if the law is repealed without an adequate replacement.
Cancer survivor Margalie Williams and others show their support during March 2 rally in Miami for Save My Care bus tour, a two-month, cross-country trip focused on telling the stories of people who could lose their health insurance coverage if the law is repealed without an adequate replacement. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Cancer survivor Margalie Williams and others show their support during March 2 rally in Miami for Save My Care bus tour, a two-month, cross-country trip focused on telling the stories of people who could lose their health insurance coverage if the law is repealed without an adequate replacement. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

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