Colton Matter, then 14, laughs with his parents Jeff and Suzy Matter at the family’s home in Mill Creek in September, 2014. Colton, now 16, and a varsity golfer for Jackson High School, has fought leukemia since he was 9, and is now in remission. His mother recently said she is concerned what might happen if the Affordable Care Act is repealed. (Ian Terry / Herald file photo)

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