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Harvey Rosenfield: Will the Supreme Court Split the Difference on Health Care and Immigration?

During three days of hearings last month, the notion that the Supreme Court would invalidate the federal health care law went from being a right wing fantasy to a possible, even likely, outcome based on the questions and comments of the Republican justices.
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