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Shannon Sabo

Recently, beSpacific.com wrote this post about Drexel University law librarian John Cannan's Law Library Journal piece, "A Legislative History of the Affordable Care Act: How Legislative Procedure Shapes Legislative History." This article was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in its decision in King v. Burwell, decided just last month!

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Find John Canaan's article by entering the title in the full text search bar of the HeinOnline Welcome Page. Click the article title from the first search result to access the full text of the article:

Note that this article has been accessed nearly 100 times in the past 12 months, and it's also been cited by other law review articles and a previous court case! Click the highlighted link to view the 2014 case that cites this article:

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The full text of King v. Burwell is now available in HeinOnline's U.S. Supreme Court Library in the United States Reports Slip Opinions:

Congratulations to John Cannan and Drexel University's Thomas R. Kline School of Law for this remarkable achievement.

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