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Undercover probe finds ObamaCare exchange vulnerable to fraud

Washington Free Beacon’s Ellison Barber on results of an undercover ObamaCare probe.

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  11. Clearing up taxpayers’ questions

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    The WSJ’s Mary Kissel on the border crisis and better ways to deal with illegal immigration.

  2. Neumark: A booming economy is the best anti-poverty program

    UC Irvine economics professor David Neumark on the minimum wage, low-income workers and economic growth.

  3. Government paid $97B to people who didn’t qualify for benefits in 2013?

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  5. Global prosperity one of the factors driving stocks higher?

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  7. IRS paid at least $13B in bogus taxpayer credits in 2013

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