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Guest Host: Marc Fisher
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- Walt Francis Editor, "Washington Consumers' Checkbook 2016 Guide to Health Plans for Federal Employees" (Pub: Washington Consumers' Checkbook)
- Andy Duff Director of Information Technology Coordination, Consumer's Checkbook
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