Episode

2/20 Richard Eskow FHFA Cripples Recovery & Ron Pollack, Affordable Care Marketplace

February 20, 2012

Richard Eskow, senior fellow with Campaign for America’s Future, on how the Federal Housing Finance Agency is crippling America’s recovery.   Eskow explainswhy Acting Director Edward DeMarco is the problem and why Obama can’t (or won’t) get rid of him.   And Ron Pollack from Families USA talks about the new health care marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act.  How will the new system work, who will regulate it and who will benefit.

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