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Ohio Attorney General: Ruled Against, Not Defeated

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Melissa Block speaks with Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine about Thursday's Supreme Court's ruling in favor of the Affordable Care Act. Ohio was a plaintiff in the case, seeking to strike down the law. DeWine says while he's disappointed with the outcome, he's happy that the court accepted the plaintiffs' argument that validating the law under the Commerce Clause was a stretch.
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