(Bloomberg) — A U.S. Supreme Court argument over the Affordable Care Act's tax subsidies divided the justices along ideological lines, potentially leaving two pivotal members to decide the law’s fate.

Chief Justice John Roberts, who cast the decisive vote to uphold the health-care law in 2012, asked only a handful of questions and gave little indication how he will vote.

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