Jun 25, 2015

Obama: Health care law 'is here to stay' | Chicago

WASHINGTON — After a critical win in the Supreme Court Thursday, President Barack Obama said his signature health care law “is here to stay.” The president noted the multiple challenges to the law, both in Congress and the courts. But he says the law is no longer about politics but is about the benefits it …

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