NYTimes: Four Words Could Sink Obamacare
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Four words "carelessly" included in the 900-page Obamacare law stand to derail the president's signature piece of legislation, according to The New York Times, which spoke to people on both sides of the aisle about the genesis and potential impact of the phrase in question: "established by the state." [Full Story]
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NYTimes: Four Words Could Sink Obamacare
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