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The Individual Mandate's Growth In Unpopularity

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Parties Ready To Take Budget To Campaign Trail?

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Co-Author Defends GOP Budget Plan

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Policy On High-Risk Biological Research Tightened

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As Arguments Wrap, Future of Health Law Is Unclear

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Uninsured Will Still Need The Money To Meet The Mandate

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Louisa McQueeney manages a small business in Lantana, Fla., shipping gift food and produce. She believes the new health care law could bring down her employee health care costs, but Florida Gov. Rick Scott disagrees, and he's leading the battle to strike down the law in court. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Sunshine State Bets On Sunset For Health Care Act

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Global Health Expert Chosen As World Bank Nominee

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Fannie, Freddie Consider Mortgage Write-Downs

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How The Health Law Could Survive Without A Mandate

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Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney signs into law a new health care reform bill during an April 12, 2006, ceremony at Faneuil Hall in Boston. The bill made Massachusetts the first state in the country to require that all residents have health insurance and has become a centerpiece of criticisms leveled by Romney's opponents in the 2012 presidential race. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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How Health Care Ruling Could Shift The GOP Debate

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