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Health Care Ruling: Examining Dissent

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In a momentous ruling, the Supreme Court upheld President Obama's health care law. Lawyer Tom Goldstein, who has argued many cases before the Supreme Court and founded SCOTUSblog, says the Obama administration got what it wanted, and got it in an opinion from a renowned conservative — Chief Justice John Roberts. The court's dissenting opinion had a lot of fighting words.
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