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July 30, 2013 5:46 PM

GOP obstructions, IRS faux scandal, food stamp abuse

The Affordable Care Act was passed by both houses of a duly elected Congress, signed by a president who won a majority vote and upheld by a Supreme Court with a conservative majority. Having held nearly 40 futile votes to abolish the law, Republicans in Congress now are threatening to shut down the government unless no funding whatsoever is provided for the Affordable Care Act.

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