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Topic - Grace-Marie Turner
Like a sick patient who somehow always rallies, President Obama's health care law survived another scare Tuesday with Mr. Obama's defeat of Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Tuesday.
"The government thinks calling it a tax is its home-free ticket. It's unlikely to work," she said in a recent analysis of the appeals court ruling.
"As with so many other issues in this historic debate, it ultimately all comes down to freedom - and whether it will be lost or preserved pending decisions by the Supreme Court and the voters next year," Ms. Turner wrote.