Obama's Healthcare Law Appealed To Supreme Court

Obama's healthcare law appealed to Supreme Court

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Twenty-six states and a small business group appealed on Wednesday to the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to strike down all of President Barack Obama's signature 2010 healthcare law.

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