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January 27, 2014    |     Volume LXVI, No. 1
ON THE COVER
Obamacare’s Cornhusker Nemesis

With Ben Sasse, Nebraska Republicans have an opportunity to elect not merely a man who promises to vote for the repeal of Obama’s signature policy achievement, but a senator who almost immediately would become one of the GOP’s most visible and articulate experts on the health-care law’s defects and the ways to replace it.

By John J. Miller

COVER: Matthew DeBoer

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