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This is an historical photo of unidentified children at the Manzanar internment camp in Independence, Calif. Seventy years have passed since Japanese Americans were shipped off to wartime camps _ and advocates are trying to stop time, if for a moment. The Japanese American National Museum is starting an online archive of personal stories from community members who survived the camps in the hopes of getting the now-octogenarian Nisei generation to share their experiences before it's too late. (AP Photo)
Donald Trump and fellow Republicans pounced when the federal government announced this week that premiums under the Affordable Care Act will increase an average 25 percent next year. The repeal-and-replace crowd returned to center stage, though, again, without a workable alternative. What they get right is that the act requires repairs, something about which Hillary Clinton readily agrees, the Democratic presidential candidate even with ideas about how to do so.