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White House ‘relieved’ at SCOTUS decision


In an address to the nation, President Obama said he didn’t fight for the Affordable Care Act because it’s good politics, and called on the country to avoid the political battle of two years ago and move forward. Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney responded to the court’s decision, saying that the court may have ruled the law constitutional, but did not say that ‘Obamacare’ was good law or good policy. The Romney campaign has already raised more than $2 million since the health care decision was announced. NBC’s Chuck Todd reports.