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Friday News Roundup - Domestic

The Supreme Court upholds federal healthcare subsidies. President Barack Obama is to deliver the eulogy for Charleston Pastor Clementa Pinckney. And Congress clears the way for the Trans-Pacific trade deal. A panel of journalists joins guest host Susan Page for analysis of the week's top national news stories.

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To Master Stage Fright, Practice Makes Imperfect OK

Most people suffer stage fright when speaking or performing in front of a group. One pianist found she could manage the anxiety if she practiced often for an audience, even at the airport.
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GOP Presidential Candidates Vow To Continue Fight Against Obamacare

The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld subsidies under the Affordable Care Act. When it comes to Republican presidential candidates, they say the political fight over Obamacare isn't going anywhere.
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Calif. Bill To Require More Children To Be Vaccinated Clears Major Hurdle

The state Assembly has passed a bill that would make it much harder for people to opt out of vaccinating children. It faces one more vote in the Senate before the measure goes to the governor's desk.
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Supreme Court Vindicates President; Upholds Obamacare Subsidies

The high court preserved a key provision in Obama's signature health care law. Chief Justice John Roberts' written opinion seems to shut the door on further legal challenges to the law.
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Polio Is Active In Only 3 Countries. Soon It Could Be Down To 2

Nigeria is one of three places where polio is still a problem. But there hasn't been a case in almost a year. So Africa is on the verge of being polio-free.
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Farewell, Low-Fat: Why Scientists Applaud Lifting A Ban On Fat

The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee report that came out in February contained some pretty game-changing advice that's largely been overlooked: Don't worry about the total amount of fat you eat.
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Obamacare Ruling Moves Debate To Presidential Race, Rep. Tom Price Says

NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Rep. Tom Price, who has led efforts to undo the Affordable Care Act. Price, a doctor, has introduced alternatives that he says would cover more people.
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Supreme Court Upholds Subsidies In Affordable Care Act

President Obama's signature health care law survived another challenge in the Supreme Court Thursday. NPR reports on the practical and political consequences, as Obama's agenda twists its way forward.
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California Law To Curtail Vaccine Exemptions Clears Hurdle

If the bill passes out of the Legislature, the bill would then move to the desk of Gov. Jerry Brown. He hasn't indicated whether he'll sign the bill.

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