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GOP Rep. Rooney says health care repeal won't be easy

"For us to have the numbers in the Senate and House and White House isn't going to be as easy as everybody thinks," Rooney said after the high court decision Friday. "It's great to be optimistic, but in an election a lot of things have to go your way. 2012 would have to be like 2010 and then some."


A pumped up tea party forges on

While most tea partiers are angered about the Supreme Court's landmark decision on the nation's health care law, don't expect them to rally around Mitt Romney.


Chief Justice Roberts signals that Supreme Court remains independent

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.considers it an insult when he hears it said that he and the justices are playing politics. He has always insisted his sole duty was to decide the law, not to pick the political winners.


For Obama, a transcendent win still not assured

Presidents live in a world of wins and losses quickly forgotten. Rarely are they presented with the kind of defining moment that President Barack Obama experienced when the Supreme Court upheld his health care law.


Poll: Americans split on health care decision

Americans are split down the middle on the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Obama's health care law.


Insurers like that health law ruling sets their path

Insurance companies hailed the Supreme Court's ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act, saying it gives them certainty about the rules they'll face as they push to cut administrative costs and reward doctors who contain health care costs by emphasizing preventive care.


Court leaves GOP a weapon: Taxes

The Supreme Court's finding that the centerpiece of the health care law -- the individual mandate -- is valid as a tax has become Plan B for Republicans.


Coverage for most Americans, a scramble for states

President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is on the way to its ultimate jury: the families, doctors, business people and state officials who'll have to grapple with the confusing details while striving to fulfill its promise....


Obama campaign puts out health care video

Just hours after the Supreme Court upheld President Obama's health care law, his campaign put out a video trumpeting the legislation.


Romney: defeat Obama to repeal "Obamacare"

Romney repeated his vow to repeal the law if elected. But even if his fellow Republicans win both chambers of Congress in the November 6 elections, Democrats will likely still retain enough seats in the Senate to keep the law in place.


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