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Rep. Lummis on her family’s struggles with ObamaCare

Rep. Cynthia Lummis, (R-Wyo), on the challenges her family faced under ObamaCare.

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  1. Democrats in Jonathan Gruber denial?

    Townhall.com Political Editor Guy Benson and The Daily Beast Senior Editor Will Rahn weigh in on the Democrats’ response to Jonathan Gruber’s comments, and preview the grand jury decision in the Ferguson, Missouri shooting.

  2. Charles Payne: Jonathan Gruber got paid over and over for the same report

    FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, small business expert Susan Solovic, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall argue the government should get the taxpayer money back that was given to Jonathan Gruber.

  3. The wealthy paying more than their fair share?

    American Enterprise Institute’s Mark Perry, Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge and Manhattan Institute’s Paul Howard on a CBO report that shows the rich pay more than their fair share of taxes in America.

  4. ObamaCare architect Gruber paid nearly $6M

    FBN’s Charles Payne weighs in on ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber’s salary and President Obama’s comments.

  5. ObamaCare putting your information at risk?

    Rep. Diane Black, (R-Tenn.), says HealthCare.gov hasn’t taken into account private, personal-data security.

  6. Mounting woes for ObamaCare

    The Hill Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack on the future of ObamaCare.

  7. Do politicians think Americans are stupid?

    Fox News Contributor Julie Roginsky, FNC’s Andy Levy and Hot Air Editor-at-Large Mary Katharine Ham weigh in on Jonathan Gruber’s ObamaCare comments and a poll of approval ratings of Democrats and Republicans.

  8. ObamaCare architect calls Americans ‘stupid’

    Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on ObamaCare and its latest bout of troubles.

  9. Stossel 10/09/2014: Spread the wealth

    Is this common political demand the best way to end poverty?

  10. Japan’s public pension reignites risk-on story?

    Former CBO Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin and JPMorgan Asset Management Global Market Strategist Anastasia Amoroso discuss how the Bank of Japan’s decision to increase its asset purchasing plan impact’s how you allocate capital.

  11. How policy in 2015 could impact the markets

    What happens to Wall Street if Republicans take the Senate? Former CBO Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin and JPMorgan Asset Management Global Market Strategist Anastasia Amoroso discuss stocks and the midterm elections.

  12. CDC funding in question

    Former CBO Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin breaks down how the CDC uses its’ budget and funding.

  1. Gruber gets grilled on Capitol Hill

    Rep. Mike Turner, (R-Ohio), discusses the Jonathan Gruber hearing.

  2. House votes to extend tax breaks

    Former CBO Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin on the extension of the $45 Billion package of expired tax breaks.

  3. A spending plan to-do list for Congress

    JMP Securities President Mark Lehman and Former CBO Director Doug Holtz-Eakin on the Congress ’ tight deadline to pass a spending plan.

  4. Douglas Holtz-Eakin: This is a tremendous step backward for the nation

    Former CBO Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin on the impact of President Obama’s immigration executive action.

  5. Top taxpayers receive less from government

    Mendon Capital Advisors President Anton Schutz and The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel weigh in on the latest CBO report , taxes and the U.S. and global economies.

  6. Income inequality is skewed in reports

    FBN’s Elizabeth MacDonald discusses income inequality and taxes.

  7. ObamaCare official using threats to push website launch?

    Rep. Diane Black, (R-TN), weighs in on the controversy surrounding Jonathan Gruber and ObamaCare.

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