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Obamacare is causing fury among Republicans for reasons that have nothing to do with health care. Like the Motor Voter Act, which enables people to register to vote while getting a driver's license, the Affordable Care Act allows people to register on forms used to apply for Obamacare subsidies. White House spokesman Jay Carney defended the provision, noting that Medicare applications include a similar option. "The linkage of, you know, checking off whether or not you want to register to vote goes back to a 1993 law regarding Medicaid," he said.

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