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For all the lofty legal wrangling that’s expected at this week’s historic arguments over President Obama’s health care law, the story of two families running their own business helps boil the Supreme Court case down to its core. 

Ariane Speck and her husband, Dustin, run a small eatery in Evergreen, Colo. She’s overjoyed the two-year-old law allowed her husband to pick up health insurance even though he recently had brain surgery. 

“To have it all covered was the difference between us losing our business, losing our homes, our employees losing their jobs, our town losing this thriving business,” Ariane said, after her husband needed another operation. “It made all the difference.” 

The law means something else to John Nicholson, who owns a flower and gift shop with his wife in northern Virginia. 

“I can’t afford a whole fleet of lawyers to handle all of the new regulations. I’ve got to handle that by myself. That’s a burden,” he said. Nicholson says the old……….. continues on Fox News.

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