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Gavel on flag Supreme Court members ruled 7-2, that the federal health law can stay in place because the zeroed-out mandate can do the states and individual plaintiffs no injury that’s traceable to the mandate. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A health care lawyer says the new U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act is about more than procedural rules.

Stephen Lucke, a partner at law firm of Dorsey & Whitney and the co-chair of the firm’s health litigation group, contends in a commentary on the ruling that the court majority clearly meant to keep the ACA in place.

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