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Judge grants stay after ruling Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, Obamacare stays in effect

USATODAY.com Monday, 31 December 2018
Judge Reed O'Connor agreed to stay his decision because "many everyday Americans would otherwise face great uncertainty" while appeals played out.
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