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Obama’s legal tactics seen as possibly hurting chances to save health-care law

Some prominent legal scholars say a series of tactical decisions by President Obama’s legal team may have hurt the chances of saving his landmark health-care legislation from being gutted by Supreme Court conservatives. Read full article >>
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