(Bloomberg) — President Barack Obama’s health care law, which survived a test before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2012, is facing new legal challenges that make another high court showdown all but inevitable.

More than 65 lawsuits around the country are targeting key provisions of the Affordable Care Act, from its contraceptive mandate to the Medicare spending-cut mechanism, raising the prospect that the law could be partially dismantled.

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