Preparing for the possibility that the Supreme Court will rule against the overhaul, his campaign reaches out to voters who would be hurt most and who could help determine the political impact of the loss.WASHINGTON — Even before the Supreme Court heard arguments about the constitutionality of the federal healthcare law, President Obama's campaign had begun targeting key voter groups that might be most affected by a loss.
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