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The United States Supreme Court has upheld President Barack Obama’s health care reforms to insure another 32 million Americans, in a major victory for the president in the heat of a tight re-election contest. Analysts say the verdict enshrined Obama’s legacy as a transformative president, but it also unleashed an explosive new row in an already volatile election. Conservatives are fiercely opposed to what they dub “Obamacare” and will ensure the unpopular law remains a key election issue, which may trouble the president.
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