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First Read: Perry: Obama's health law threatens ill patients

 URBANDALE, Iowa -- Texas Gov. Full story

Congress votes to repeal small part of health law

Congress sent the White House its first rollback of last year's health care law Tuesday, a bipartisan repeal of a burdensome tax reporting requirement that's widely unpopular with businesses. Even President Barack Obama is eager to see it gone. Full story

Dem strategy: Taint Romney with health law praise

President Barack Obama and other top Democrats have been quick to lavish praise on former Massachusetts Republican Gov. Mitt Romney for signing the sweeping health care law in 2006 that laid the groundwork for Obama's national health care overhaul. Full story

Judge rules Health Care law unconstitutional

   A Federal judge has ruled a stay on his decision that the Health Care law is unconstitutional, but a hold on his decision if the government can move fast-track the case to a higher court within 7 days. NBC's Pete Williams reports.

Biff! Pow! Using comics to sell health law

An MIT economist and adviser to President Barack Obama is turning to comic books to help make the pitch for the administration's embattled health care law. Full story

Florida ruling heats up health care debate

   A political panel talks about the latest ruling on President Barack Obama’s health care law and the possibility that the Supreme Court may have to decide its future.

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  Debunking new healthcare law

Annenberg Public Policy Center's Brooks Jackson joins msnbc's Thomas Roberts to talk about the new health care law.

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Patient in Florida has blood pressure checked (© Joe Raedle / Getty Images file)
Patient in Florida has blood pressure checked (© Joe Raedle / Getty Images file)

MIAMI - JANUARY 18: Dr. Olveen Carrasquillo, Chief of General Internal Medicine University of Miami, is checks the blood pressure of Juan Gonzalez at the University of Miami s Miller School of Medicine, as the United States House Republicans in Washington, DC were poised to approve a bill repealing