WASHINGTON -- Nancy Solomon came from Greenbelt, Maryland, for the Women's March on Washington Saturday in part because she's worried about a potential Obamacare repeal.
Sitting along Pennsylvania Avenue as marchers walked toward the White House, Soloman told TPM that she lost her full-time job when the economy crashed in 2009. She's struggled to fine full-time work since then, making it hard for her to find affordable health insurance. Solomon, a single mother, has been working part-time and freelancing since then.
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