Video: The Globe's U.S. election dispatch: Why Obama can still survive if Obamacare fails
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The Globe and Mail
'Obamacare' is President Barack Obama's signature health-care law -- an improbable achievement that has eluded his predecessors. But after three days of U.S. Supreme Court hearings in March - described as a 'train wreck' for the Obama administration - the law is in danger of being struck down as unconstitutional. The Globe's Washington correspondent Konrad Yakabuski and Affan Chowdhry discuss why a Supreme Court loss for the White House could be a good thing for Mr. Obama chances of being re-elected in November.