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President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul suffered a potentially crippling blow as a U.S. appeals court ruled the government can't give financial assistance to anyone buying coverage on the insurance marketplace run by federal authorities. The decision, if it withstands appeals, may deprive more than half the people who signed up for Obamacare the tax credits they need to buy a health plan. [Full Story]
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Federal Appeals Court Deals Major Blow to Obamacare
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