Cathy Ingram served lunch Wednesday at the Catholic Action Center in Lexington. Ingram has benefited directly from the  Affordable Care Act: She was able to get dental care and treatment that improved her overall health.
Cathy Ingram served lunch Wednesday at the Catholic Action Center in Lexington. Ingram has benefited directly from the Affordable Care Act: She was able to get dental care and treatment that improved her overall health. Lexington Herald-Leader
Cathy Ingram served lunch Wednesday at the Catholic Action Center in Lexington. Ingram has benefited directly from the Affordable Care Act: She was able to get dental care and treatment that improved her overall health. Lexington Herald-Leader

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