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In the Badger State, divided over and baffled by Obamacare

Tim Givhan poses for a photograph in Beliot, Wisconsin in this picture taken October 15, 2012. To Givhan, Obamacare shouldn't be an excuse for election-year polemics. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt

Tim Givhan poses for a photograph in Beliot, Wisconsin in this picture taken October 15, 2012. To Givhan, Obamacare shouldn't be an excuse for election-year polemics. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt

Tim Givhan poses for a photograph in Beliot, Wisconsin in this picture taken October 15, 2012. To Givhan, Obamacare shouldn't be an excuse for election-year polemics. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt
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Lynn Larsen, an administrator at the Beloit Community Healthcare Center, poses for a photograph in Beloit, Wisconsin October 15, 2012. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt

Lynn Larsen, an administrator at the Beloit Community Healthcare Center, poses for a photograph in Beloit, Wisconsin October 15, 2012. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt

Lynn Larsen, an administrator at the Beloit Community Healthcare Center, poses for a photograph in Beloit, Wisconsin October 15, 2012. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt
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Brian Van Laar poses for a photograph at the Saturday farmer's market in Beloit, Wisconsin October 15, 2012. Van Laar is dubious that the government should get involved in healthcare. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt

Brian Van Laar poses for a photograph at the Saturday farmer's market in Beloit, Wisconsin October 15, 2012. Van Laar is dubious that the government should get involved in healthcare. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt

Brian Van Laar poses for a photograph at the Saturday farmer's market in Beloit, Wisconsin October 15, 2012. Van Laar is dubious that the government should get involved in healthcare. REUTERS/Margot Roosevelt
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