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Sam Baker is a staff correspondent at National Journal. He previously covered health care and the Supreme Court for The Hill newspaper, and covered the passage and early implementation of the Affordable Care Act at Inside Health Policy. He is a native of Lexington, Ky. and a graduate of the University of Missouri.

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Is the Bipartisan 'Doc Fix' Bad News for Obamacare?

Republicans have been trying to convince the Supreme Court that they could pass a big health care fix—and then they did just that.

Religious Right Hates Indiana's RFRA 'Fix,' But Big Business Loves It

State lawmakers' plan appears to address specific concerns about same-sex discrimination.

Why Menendez Could Walk

The Justice Department has laid a solid foundation, legal experts say, but corruption is always hard to prove.

What A 'Fix' In Indiana Would Look Like

Mike Pence says he wants to clarify that the law doesn't condone discrimination. Here's how he can do it.

Supreme Court Blocks Medicaid Lawsuits

The justices ruled 5-to-4 that providers can't sue over low payment rates.

Rubio Defends Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law

Sen. Marco Rubio on Monday partially defended a new religious-freedom law in Indiana that critics say sanctions discrimination against same-sex couples.

How Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law Could Fail

The debate over same-sex marriage isn't actually over yet, but opponents are already turning their attention to state nondiscrimination laws.

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