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-- a lot of discussion.
About Obama care's impact on business at the Supreme Court hearings joining us now representative of the organization that along with 26 states.
Challenge the constitutionality.
Of the president's signature -- Karen -- -- from the National Federation of Independent Business.
-- it's good to have you -- this.
Give -- sure -- sense of where the Supreme Court is right now whether you're optimistic or not about the about the.
-- -- Right well we're very optimistic about how this week win in the court.
It became very clear very early on that a lot of the government's arguments that they've been making a lot of the way.
Are not really.
Ready for prime time if you well on Monday we learned that the justices were not buying this argument that.
But individual -- in the penalty attached to its attacks on Tuesday.
It will an -- -- that very encouraging to hear.
That the skepticism about how far congress could go with -- power and their part and you saw the byproduct prepare fine.
-- and -- -- you know.
As we watched these three days of hearings it was interest into -- is just -- own in it was also is it seemed to me.
You -- is it -- -- also very apparent that justices were not going to spend a lot of time on the impact on business did that surprise you.
Not really because -- the end of the day it is about the lot itself and what the cases are out there that means that the small business owners I represent have been feeling very negative effects about from the -- -- since it was enacted they've seen increased premiums at at very high levels in many cases.
It addition what in eight of those that offer health insurance have seen incher cancel their play and the play and that we were all told we -- -- -- we thank you very much for being with us we appreciate it.
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