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Obama changes 'settled law' to suit his political agenda

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During the lead-up to the partial government shutdown, President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid frequently referred to the Affordable Care Act as “settled law.” Their implicit argument was that, as the ACA was passed by Congress, survived a Supreme Court challenge and was seemingly affirmed by voters in a national election, Republicans should just accept it as “the law of the...

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