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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Joe Johns) Breaking news on a September document from CGI that the White House knew Obamacare's Website was not ready to go examined. [HHS CMS administrator Marilyn TAVENNER†- apologizes for the Website; restates numbers will be available in mid-November.] [Representative Bill PASCHELL†, MAN - bicker.] The administration's response to the document discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Drew Griffin) Evidence the administration is leaning on insurance companies and trade associations to prevent public criticism about the Affordable Care Act, why the industry is listening to the government and the White House response to the industry charges quoted discussed. [Health Policy and Strategy Associates Robert LASZEWSKI†- says the insurance industry said Obamacare was over-regulatory and the administration did it their way and has no trust in the insurance industry.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Obama's promise about health care plans noted. [Many, many times, OBAMA - says you can keep your plan and your doctor....]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The White House explanation of what Obama meant with his keep your plan statements and how many plans do not comply with the Affordable Care Act discussed. [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY†- says the president was clear that you could keep your insurance plan.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe;
Griffin, Drew;
Acosta, Jim

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