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And she’s reluctant to refer them to so-called “navigators” who have been hired to provide guidance because of what she sees as a lack of safeguards protecting applicants’ Social Security numbers and other personal information. The decision by 27 states (all but three of them with GOP governors) against participating in a state exchange may be contributing to the law’s considerable challenges. In the 23 states and the District of Columbia that will have state exchanges, residents split about evenly on approval and disapproval of the law. In the states that are defaulting to a federal exchange, however, residents oppose the law by an overwhelming 20 percentage points. In states with their own exchanges, 59% of those surveyed understand that an exchange will be available to people in their state. In states using the federal exchange, just 44% realize that. WEST VIRGINIA: Uncertainty runs deep WHAT’S IN THE LAW? Most Americans know the act, also known as Obamacare, means uninsured people have to get health insurance. About seven of 10 correctly say that’s the case; just 12% say it’s not. On other specific provisions of the law, however, only half of those surveyed know there will be a health care exchange available in their state. Only half are aware that there will be federal subsidies for lower-income citizens to buy insurance. Even so, for a starting point, consider this: Nearly two-thirds of the uninsured say they plan to get health insurance over the next six months, and not quite half of them say they’re going to do so because of the law. That means 12% of those who don’t have insurance now plan to get it soon. That translates to millions of Americans, more than double the administration’s estimate that 7 million will enroll through the exchanges next year. Shumlin cautions there are sure to be problems ahead.

Derrick Rose would feel honored to play for Team USA again

Rose would be honored to play again for Team USA if they want him.  (USATSI)

Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Join the Nation’s Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs USA TODAY Sports’ Week 3 NFL predictions Staff report, USA TODAY Sports 9:55 a.m. EDT September 19, 2013 Safety Ed Reed hasn’t been able to do much more than some coaching for the Texans so far. (Photo: Jerome Miron, USA TODAY Sports) SHARECONNECT TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE It may only be Week 3, but it’s homecoming time on the NFL docket. It kicks off Thursday night with Andy Reid’s ballyhooed return to Philadelphia with his 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs in tow. Buddies Greg Schiano and Bill Belichick will meet in Foxborough, Mass., as the Buccaneers and Patriots square off. It will also provide a reunion of eight former Rutgers players with four Scarlet Knights on each team’s active roster. Schiano used to coach Rutgers, and Belichick’s son, Steve (now a Pats assistant), played there. BOLD TRADE: But will dealing Richardson pay off for Browns? GM Martin Mayhew will watch his Lions battle the team he played for, the Redskins. New Panthers GM Dave Gettleman hosts the Giants, for whom he worked the previous 15 years. Former Falcons Tyson Clabo and Brent Grimes will be seeking an upset of Atlanta as members of the Dolphins. New Bills defensive coordinator will try to get the best of his longtime mentor, Jets boss Rex Ryan. Rookie Jaguars coach Gus Bradley has the daunting task of doing the same against his old patriarch, Pete Carroll of the Seahawks.

Matildas set up USA friendly

one USA in San Antonio, Texas on Sunday October 20th. Matildas legendary coach Tom Sermanni is now coach of the USA which is fast building a strong relationship with this match being the third time the two teams are playing each other since the 2012 London Olympics. Australia played the USA twice in 2012, losing both matches, 2-1 and 6-2, but impressing in what really were goal-fests in what was the last matches with Sermanni in charge before he made the switch to the USA. As a result this match will be the first time that the Matildas have taken on their former coach, and the work that Sermanni started has continued under new manager Hesterine de Reus as the Matildas beat France in a European tour and find themselves up to eighth in the world rankings. The match will take place in San Antonio’s 65,000 seat stadium the Alamodome, one of the biggest stadiums the Australians have ever played in. The Alamodome is also a completely indoor stadium, the venue is indoors and does not have a retractable roof, marking the first time that the Matildas have played indoors in their history. The other benefit to the Alamodome as the venue is that it has artificial turf, being the venue of college football team University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) where turf is a common feature. All the venues for the 2015 Women’s World Cup will have turf pitches and as a result the match at the Alamodome will be useful in getting the Matildas match practice on turf pitches which is rare for Australian teams. The Matildas have never beaten the USA with 2 draws and 22 losses in their previous match-ups while the USA have never lost in Texas. For all the latest Australian Football news please subscribe and follow the writer on twitter. Suggested by the author

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(USATSI) Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose is finally coming back to the NBA after missing the last 18 months because of his ACL injury in 2012. While it was frustrating for many when Rose missed the entire 2012-13 season as he tried to get back to the same explosiveness and athleticism we saw him with prior to the injury, his long-term vision for how he wanted to play when he came back so he could help his team to the fullest was more important than proving he was healthy early after the surgery. With his return coming so soon, Rose may be looking to rejoin more than just his Bulls teammates. According to ABS-CBSNews.com , Rose would also like to play for Team USA once again if they’re willing to have him on the squad. He mentioned that it would be an honor to play for Team USA in Spain when teams from all over the world compete in the 2014 FIBA World Cup. Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose will consider it an honor if he is chosen to be a part of the team that will represent the United States in the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain. I mean, if they pick me, yeah, Rose said Monday in Manila when asked if he wants to join Team USA. If they select me on the team, it will be an honor. Rose stressed that he is more than willing to join the team. I definitely will be on the team if Coach K (Team USA head coach Mike Krzyzewski) wants me, he said. As for who he wants to play with, Rose said: Just give me anybody. Rose was a part of the 2010 Team USA roster that won the gold medal in the FIBA World Championships in Turkey and likely would have been a member of the Team USA squad that won the gold medal in the London Olympic games in 2012 had he not injured his knee in Game 1 of the opening round of the playoffs. With Rose’s explosiveness and the aggressive nature that Mike Krzyzewski loves to employ in international play, it would be a perfect match. More importantly, it’s good to see Team USA and the players eligible to play for Team USA taking the international competitions more seriously. It’s been nearly a decade since the debacle in Greece when Team USA went home with the bronze medal in men’s basketball and during that time, the commitment we’ve seen to the organization of this program and the players wanting to play in this program has been impressive. Players like Rose stepping forward and showing they want to compete in the FIBA World Cup in addition to the Olympic games gives you an idea that Team USA isn’t just something we should pay attention to every four years. It’s a growing program and one that will be recognized every year.