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Does Obamacare Have a Supreme Court Swing Vote?

Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page checks in on the Affordable Care Act arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court, asking whether the court's man in the middle is looking for reasons to knock down the health law or save it. Read full article...
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