The highest court in the country upheld most of the Affordable Care Act in June. But everybody knew it was only an overture.
The law "will fall in November by a vote of the American people," Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant pledged that day, speaking for many other Republicans. Democrats were more reluctant to paint the election as a referendum on what even they came to call "Obamacare." But privately they admitted the stakes.
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Source: Kaiser Health News