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Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said Sunday that she believes a federal judge’s ruling striking down the Affordable Care Act was “far too sweeping,” and that she expects it to be overturned.

“I think this will be overturned on appeal,” Collins said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

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“There’s no reason why the individual mandate provision can’t be struck down and keep all the good provisions of the Affordable Care Act,” she said of the health-care law that was deeply unpopular with Republicans when it passed in 2009. Collins voted against the bill at the time.

“He could have taken a much more surgical approach and just struck down the individual mandate and kept the rest of the law intact,” Collins also said of the judge on ABC’s “This Week.”




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