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House Enlists Liberal Justices in Case Against Affordable Care Act

House argues Supreme Court's Arizona redistricting commission ruling Monday supports argument for standing.


Lawyers for the House of Representatives are claiming the U.S. Supreme Court's liberals as new allies in a lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act that's pending in Washington federal district court. The House's lawyers said Monday's Supreme Court decision upholding Arizona's independent redistricting commission supports the House argument that it has standing to sue the Obama administration.

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