Jun 25, 2015

SUPREMES LOVE OBAMACARE; COURT MOVES LEFT | RedFlagNews.com

Hospital, insurance stocks surging... 'In this instance, the context and structure of the Act compel us to depart from what would otherwise be the most natural reading of the pertinent statutory phrase'... SCALIA: 'WORDS NO LONGER HAVE MEANING'... Court 'Favors Some Laws Over Others'... --- by Mark Sherman, AP WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the nationwide...

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