The difference two weeks can make

"People should be really annoyed at this: When it says the House sends a letter to the Attorney General demanding to know what he's doing with the ACA, and he's been given two weeks to respond, okay. If you have a preexisting condition and you have to go to an emergency room—you, yourself or with one of your children—you don't get two weeks to respond. Your entire income, your entire family's future could be gone in one moment in an emergency room, and we give these clowns two weeks to respond to the potential destruction of an act that has saved hundreds of lives,” comments Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a conversation with Mika Brzezinski and Eugene Robinson about House committee chairs having demanded information from the Department of Justice—within two weeks—on the decision to revert its position on the Affordable Care Act, now holding it as unconstitutional. Listen in here.



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