House Republicans have proposed a spending bill that includes a one-year delay of Obamacare. The Senate is expected to immediately reject that proposal later today and set the stage for a government shutdown unless a last-minute deal can be negotiated. Fourteen hours and counting-down until the shutdown, Kate Nocera of BuzzFeed discusses the latest.
Kate Nocera, BuzzFeed reporter discusses last night's House vote that failed -- by a surprisingly close vote -- to curb the NSA's authority to collect personal information, and what it tells us about attitudes towards the agency post-Snowden.
Now that Congress is back in session, Kate Nocera, congressional reporter for Politico, explains what's on the agenda. Plus: Governor Romney's stance on the Affordable Healthcare Act.
Linda Rosenstock, dean of public health at the University of California, Los Angeles, and chairwoman of the Preventive Services for Women Committee at the Institute of Medicine, discusses the Obama administration's new regulations for free preventive healthcare for women, based on the committee's recommendations. Kate Nocera, health reporter for Politico, discusses the politics of these regulations and what they mean for patients.