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News Briefing for Wednesday, January 28, 2015

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: Tea Party Influence (Jenny Beth Martin’s interview) “Jenny Beth Martin talked about the influence of the tea party in the 2014 midterms elections and over the next two years leading up to the 2016 presidential election.” http://www.c-span.org/video/?323895-4/washington-journal-jenny-beth-martin-tea-party-influence   Jenny Beth Martin: 'We Want A Debt-Free Future for Our Country' (Jenny Beth Martin’s interview) http://www.mrctv.org/videos/jenny-beth-martin-we-want-debt-free-future-our-country   'We Want A Debt-Free Future for Our Country,' Tea Party Leader Says (Quotes by Jenny Beth Martin...

News Briefing for Friday, January 16, 2015

HEALTHCARE: Burwell urges GOP to 'move beyond' ObamaCare arguments “Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell on Thursday promised a "vigorous" defense of ObamaCare this Congress as she outlined policy priorities she said could receive bipartisan support, such as addressing prescription drug abuse and accelerating the development of medical cures. "I hope we can move beyond the back and forth of the Affordable Care Act," Burwell said at the New America Foundation. She also downplayed Republican plans to target pieces of the healthcare law now that the GOP is in control of both chambers on Capitol Hill.  "We want to find ...

News Briefing for October 25, 2014

HEALTHCARE: Mass Obamacare cancellations, part 2 “In fall 2013, there was a political firestorm after millions of Americans were told their individual 2014 health insurance policies would be canceled because they didn’t provide the full range of coverage mandated by the Affordable Care Act. This prompted President Obama to unilaterally delay by one year the requirement that individual health plans be compliant with Obamacare. Most states — but not California — went along with this decision. That year is nearly up, and the White House has ruled out another delay. Otherwise, the administration is waiting until after the Nov. 4 elections to ...