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Obama expects high court show 'deference' to Congress in health law review

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President Obama, for the second day in a row, put public pressure on the Supreme Court to uphold the federal health care overhaul -- saying the court has traditionally shown "deference" to Congress.

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The president addressed the case during a meeting with newspaper executives in Washington, D.C., following a lengthy speech on budget priorities.

Asked about the court case, Obama once again said he's confident the law will be upheld while offering words of warning to the high court.

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