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In healthcare case, Supreme Court weighs entwined provisions
Los Angeles Times

Like most Americans, Lauren Woodard has mixed feelings about President Obama’s healthcare law. She’s glad the law guarantees that she’ll always be able to get insurance. But she doesn’t like the requirement that most Americans buy coverage.

“I don’t want the government telling me that I have to buy something,” the 23-year-old mother from western Massachusetts said. Two-thirds of Americans share that view. So did Obama when he was a candidate.