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Supreme Court Rating Jumps After Taking on Obamacare

Americans view the Supreme Court in more favorable terms after it spent a week taking on the Obamacare law that includes abortion funding and concerns about rationing health care. “Just before the highly publicized hearing on the constitutionality of President Obama’s health care law, ratings for the U.S. Supreme Court had fallen to the lowest [...]
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