After five years of relentless attacks from Republicans, Pres. Obama stood proudly in front of the country this week to announce that 8 million Americans had enrolled for coverage thanks to the law, but as Rev. Sharpton explains there’s still more work to
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Mike Anderson was a convicted robber, but he never served his prison sentence because of a clerical error. In the intervening years, he turned his life around, became a family man and a business owner. Thirteen later he’s finally been taken to jail, but h
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Pres. Obama tells Democrats it’s time to be proud of the Affordable Care Act, despite the constant barrage of Republican insults, but can it be the secret to helping the Democrats win big races in 2014? Angela Rye and former Gov. Ed Rendell discuss.
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