Byron York

Washington Examiner / Fox News

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Byron York is the chief political correspondent at the Washington Examiner and a contributor to Fox News. He is the author of The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy: The Untold Story of the Democrats' Desperate Fight to Reclaim Power. York is a former White House correspondent and columnist for the National Review, and a former writer for American Spectator.

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The Supreme Court found Obamacare to be constitutional two years ago.  Today it was asked to decide a  legal challenge .

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