About 42 million people don't have health insurance. Oregon has a way to fix this problem. Back in the 1990s, Oregon set out to expand the number of people in their state with access to treatment. Now they're having a healthcare lottery. 90,000 people have applied, and about 10,000 will get healthcare. Matt Pack, part of the best-looking news team on radio, joins Faith Salie on Fair Game.
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