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Tight Court Decision Produces Explosion Of Emotion

Chief Justice John Roberts cast the decisive fifth vote, crafted an unusual and precedent-setting opinion, and upheld the health care law. The complicated, nearly 200-page ruling initially provoked confusion but ultimately left President Obama's key legislative achievement largely intact.
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The Reaction In Florida: From Protesting To Partying

The Supreme Court's decision to uphold nearly all of the federal health care law produced very different reactions in Central Florida. Josephine Mercado, the founder of a health care nonprofit, says she plans to party. But congressional hopeful Todd Long says it's a blow to Americans' freedom.
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How Health Care Ruling Impacts Small Business

Small business owners have mixed reactions to news the Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act. Some are happy with the outcome and relieved. Others are concerned about what comes next.
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How The Taste Of Tomatoes Went Bad (And Kept On Going)

Scientists have discovered that the gene that makes tomatoes uniformly ripe and red also makes them less tasty. But it's going to take consumer education and a willingness to pay more before the industry makes a change.
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Obama Hails Health Care Decision As 'A Victory'

After the Supreme Court ruled the Affordable Care Act was constitutional, the president gave his response. In his speech, he called the landmark decision "a victory for people all over this country."
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Local Health Care: The Law's Impact On States

The Supreme Court's ruling that upholds the federal health law leaves many states prepared to implement the Affordable Care Act. The ruling also made an expansion of Medicaid optional for states. NPR's Julie Rovner talks to Audie Cornish what the decision will mean for states.
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Cheers, Jeers Outside Court After Health Care News

Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled to uphold the Affordable Care Act. The scene outside the court as the decision was unveiled was lively and impassioned.

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