Worth reading: Zika, Agent Orange, and Obamacare enrollees who voted for Trump

A few recent pieces worth a read:

Sarah Kliff at Vox: Why Obamacare enrollees voted for Trump

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at the New Yorker: Now is the time to talk about what we are actually talking about

Ta-Nehisi Coates at The Atlantic: My President Was Black

Nidhi Subbaraman at BuzzFeed: Obamacare Repeal Will Bring Lean Times To 9,000 Clinics For The Poor

Helen Branswell at STAT: With latest Zika research, our picture of the virus gets cloudier

Charles Ornstein and Hannah Fresques, ProPublica, and Mike Hixenbaugh at ProPublica/The Virginian-Pilot: The Children of Agent Orange

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