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What's Next For Healthcare, At Home And On The Hill

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the vast majority of President Obama's healthcare law on Thursday, declaring the controversial individual mandate constitutional. The ruling may have significant implications for consumers and political ramifications for lawmakers, the Obama administration and the presidential election.
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Concrete Steps For Creating A Happier Office

Conventional wisdom holds that happier workers are also more productive. But precisely how to boost staff morale has eluded many employers. But some researchers say there are specific ways companies can build a better workplace, from moving coffee stations to increasing diversity.
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Legal Scholars React: 'Many People Were Stunned'

The Supreme Court's decision upholding the centerpiece of President Obama's health care legislation was based on a legal rationale that for some experts was very surprising.
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Obama's Supreme Court Health Care Victory Hard To Overstate

President Obama's big victory on the law so identified with him that it's called "Obamacare" means he can campaign more boldly on the law as a major achievement. He also won't have to counter claims that he wasted the first years of his presidency.
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Health Care Ruling: Business, Legal Implications

The Supreme Court ruling brought some surprises. Within minutes of the court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act, health care-related stocks swung up and down. Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney said it's his mission to oust Obama and defeat the law.
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Health Care Ruling: Examining Dissent

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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