Create an Infographic About the New Health-care Bill: Submissions

Below, you will find the submissions we received for our latest infographic contest, for which we asked you, our readers, to design an infogaphic explaining the recently passed health-care bill. We'll be announcing the winner on Tuesday, so please let us know your thoughts about which piece you like best in the comments or via Twitter.

Thank you to everyone who participated.

UPDATE: The winner has been announced. See the results here.

By Haik Avanian (view larger):

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The vast majority of the inmates were murdered in the gas chambers while others died of starvation, disease, exhaustion, and executions.

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In a move that feels like the subject line of a spam email or the premise of a bad '80s movie, online shopping mogul Yusaku Maezawa is giving away money as a social experiment.

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