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Republicans' First Order Of Business May Be Chipping Away At Obamacare

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Republicans' First Order Of Business May Be Chipping Away At Obamacare

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Republicans' First Order Of Business May Be Chipping Away At Obamacare

Republicans' First Order Of Business May Be Chipping Away At Obamacare

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Now that the Republicans control the House and Senate, they've got their eyes on the Affordable Care Act. Which parts will President Obama veto and which parts will he inevitably have to give up? Melissa Block talks to Mary Agnes Carey, a senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News.

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