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Federal Judge's Ruling To "Void" Affordable Care Act Encompasses Entire Reform Law

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In Jan. 31 ruling that the individual mandate is unconstitutional, Judge Vinson declines to sever the provision from the remainder of ACA, meaning all pharma-related provisions would be struck down if the ruling stands.
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