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Appeals court judges skeptical of government's health care case

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(CNN) -- A federal appeals court in Atlanta was openly skeptical Wednesday that the sweeping health care reform law championed by President Barack Obama would survive constitutional scrutiny.
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A three-judge panel heard arguments in a massive lawsuit brought by Florida and 25 other states.

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