FILE - In this March 15, 2013, file photo the Senate Minority Leader, Republican Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, points to a 7-foot stack of Affordable Health Care Act regulations during an event in National Harbor, Md. The health care law has been a political prop for two election seasons already, but next year will be different. if the rollout of the law works reasonably well, particularly in states that have embraced it, there is an risk for Republicans, who have touted it as such a disaster, that enraged voters will reward the GOP with undisputed control of Congress in next year's elections. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

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FILE - In this March 15, 2013, file photo the Senate Minority Leader, Republican Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, points to a 7-foot stack of Affordable Health Care Act regulations during an event in National Harbor, Md. The health care law has been a political prop for two election seasons already, but next year will be different. if the rollout of the law works reasonably well, particularly in states that have embraced it, there is an risk for Republicans, who have touted it as such a disaster, that enraged voters will reward the GOP with undisputed control of Congress in next year's elections. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)
FILE - In this March 15, 2013, file photo the Senate Minority Leader, Republican Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, points to a 7-foot stack of Affordable Health Care Act regulations during an event in National Harbor, Md. The health care law has been a political prop for two election seasons already, but next year will be different. if the rollout of the law works reasonably well, particularly in states that have embraced it, there is an risk for Republicans, who have touted it as such a disaster, that enraged voters will reward the GOP with undisputed control of Congress in next year's elections. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)
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