The U.S. House of Representatives and a Democratic group of state attorneys general on Friday placed the issue of the Affordable Care Act before the Supreme Court yet again, asking the justices to review an appellate court decision that struck down the health care law’s individual mandate as unconstitutional.

Alongside their petitions for writ of certiorari filed with the court, both the state officials and the House separately asked the justices to take up the matter on an expedited basis and schedule oral arguments for this spring.

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