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Here’s the list (only half of which is Obamacare-related): Delay of Obamacare’s out-of-pocket caps. Delay of Obamacare’s employer mandate. Delay of Obamacare’s insurance requirements. Exemption of Congress from Obamacare. Expansion of the employer mandate penalty through IRS regulation. Political profiling by the IRS. Outlandish Supreme Court arguments. Assault on free speech and due process on college campuses. Mini-DREAM Act. Topics Read Cato At Liberty right on your Kindle. Sign up today!

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