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McConnell wants law repealed, regardless of what Supreme Court says

Mitch McConnell doesn't need the Supreme Court to rule before he acts on health care. Repeal the law, the Senate Republican leader said Thursday, period, regardless of what the court, which Wednesday wrapped up three days of hearings on the...
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