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As the House approved a Republican plan Wednesday night to launch a campaign-season lawsuit against President Barack Obama, the nation's 44th president finds himself under siege on many fronts. A GAO report to be released Thursday blasts the mismanagement of his signature healthcare law. And an analysis released Wednesday reported that hundreds of new regulations published by his administration are technically illegal because they were not reported to Congress as required under law. [Full Story]
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