The Supreme Court's skepticism toward President Obama's healthcare law recalls justices' 2004 decision in which they rejected a key George W. Bush administration policy argument.WASHINGTON — Eight years ago, George W. Bush administration lawyers went before the Supreme Court arguing that the justices should defer to the president during wartime and allow the commander in chief to decide how to treat "enemy combatants" held at Guantanamo Bay.
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