Thomas Miller

American Enterprise Institute

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The US Supreme Court will make a decision on  healthcare reform  before the next presidential election, but Republicans plan to use it against  President Obama  whatever the Court…

ObamaCare, RomneyCare and Presidential Politics

The US Supreme Court will make a decision on healthcare reform before the next presidential election, but Republicans plan to use it against President Obama whatever the Court…

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President Obama's  Affordable Health Care Act  has received mixed reviews from appellate courts, and the  US Supreme Court  has agreed to pass judgment by June of next year.

Health Care Reform Will Go to the Supreme Court

President Obama's Affordable Health Care Act has received mixed reviews from appellate courts, and the US Supreme Court has agreed to pass judgment by June of next year.

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President Obama's  Affordable Health Care Act  has received mixed reviews from appellate courts, and the US Supreme Court has agreed to pass judgment by June of next year.

Healthcare Reform Will Go to the Supreme Court

President Obama's Affordable Health Care Act has received mixed reviews from appellate courts, and the US Supreme Court has agreed to pass judgment by June of next year.

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