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Congress gets rough treatment at Supreme Court
Supreme Court indicates in health care case that it, like public, has little faith in Congress
By The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) ' The Supreme Court left little doubt during last week's marathon arguments over President Barack Obama's health care overhaul that it has scant faith in Congress' ability to get anything done.

The views about Congress were evident in the questions from the justices.

The justices appear to be on both sides of the argument over the constitutionality of the law's key provision, the individual insurance requirement, as well as whether the entire law should be thrown out if the mandate is struck down.



The comments were particularly striking from the conservative justices who have called on unelected judges to show deference to the actions of elected officials.

Justice Antonin Scalia, who appeared strongly in favor of striking down the entire law, was the most outspoken in his disdain for Congress.


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