November 15th, 2013
07:35 PM ET

Ohio Lieutenant Governor wary of Obamacare "fix"

Today's vote in Congress on a GOP plan to "fix" Obamacare confirmed that Republicans and more than a few Democrats aren't thrilled with the plan the President put forward yesterday.

But what about the states, who will be tasked with helping to implement his solution? Outfront tonight is Ohio's Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, who also serves as director of the Ohio Department of Insurance.

Filed under: Health • Obamacare
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  1. Rcrhashope

    About the woman who was drunk and high and got shot. Come on. We all know if a black man had shot her, this would have just been added to the already outrageously high statistics.
    This wave of "arrest because we the public say so" needs to stop. It is a form of discrimination.
    Don't like your neighbor? Squawk until someone arrests him.

    November 15, 2013 at 7:54 pm | Reply

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