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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Benjamin Newman
The gridlock and dysfunction inside the Beltway may be directly related to the gridlock and dysfunction on the Beltway.
"People, particularly lower-income workers, need a job. They want to not worry about making ends meet, and they'll think of other effects later," Mr. Newman said.
"Socializing doesn't require as much cognitive exertion as, say, reading a newspaper or responding to an email," Mr. Newman said.