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The three-day marathon at the Supreme Court is over. Wednesday the justices heard the last round of arguments over President Obama's health care law. Unlike the last two days, there were sessions in the morning and afternoon. NPR's Ari Shapiro joins host Melissa Block live to discuss the final day of Supreme Court arguments on the Affordable Care Act.
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