A federal judge in Virginia on Monday handed the Obama administration its first major defeat on the constitutionality of a health insurance mandate, but this hotly contested legal battle is far from over.

On Thursday, a federal judge in Florida will hear arguments in a challenge to the mandate in the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act brought by 20 state attorneys general and a handful of governors.

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