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President-elect Joe Biden said Tuesday that the effects of a lack of adequate COVID-19 emergency funding for state and local governments may increase the odds that Republicans will work with him on health care legislation and other legislation.

Biden talked about his legislative strategy after he made remarks, in Wilmington, about efforts by the administration of President Donald Trump to have the U.S. Supreme Court strike down all of the Affordable Care Act. The court heard oral arguments on an ACA constitutionality case, Texas v. California, earlier in the day.

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