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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN's look at glitches in the new health care system introduced. [Many times, President OBAMA - says the buck stops with me.] Live discussion held with former governor Howard Dean and Faith and Freedom Coalition chairman Ralph Reed about Obamacare. [From Vermont, DEAN - says most people will get more comprehensive insurance; states most people will get subsidies.] [From Atlanta, REED - says HHS knew in 2010 that any changes in existing policies would keep you from being grandfathered so premiums will be higher for many; suggests healthy people will now get hammered.]
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