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Supreme Court to finally hear ObamaCare arguments

High court to hear three days of oral arguments this week on what’s being hailed as its biggest case in a generation

The long-awaited day has finally come. Two years after the Obama administration passed the much-maligned Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), the Supreme Court today finally begins to hear oral arguments over the constitutionality of the law. And the hype is so large that spectators have been queuing up for days just to get seats in the courtroom.

The March 23, 2010, law, which President Obama intended to radically overhaul health care for millions of Americans, has been reviled by Republicans and the masses alike, who claim its scope is too intrusive and is an albatross for states, businesses and the individuals the President intended to help.

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