DFA Daily — November 20th

November 20, 2013
By Leah Pickett | 0 comments

Headlines from Wednesday, November 20th:

Albuquerque Voters Reject Late-Term Abortion Ban — Talking Points Memo

In a closely-watched contest that garnered national attention, voters rejected the measure 55-45.

Black Caucus Sees Race as a Factor in Filibusters, Eyes Rules Change — Roll Call

Women and minorities seem to be filibustered a bit more than usual.

Obama Rating At Lowest Level Of Presidency — The Hill

And approval for the Affordable Care Act has fallen with it.

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Obamacare Botches Could Derail All of Health Reform, Advocates Fear — NBC News

Two left-leaning groups, Moveon.org and Democracy for America, sent letters to supporters over the weekend with grim subject lines like “Obamacare in serious trouble”. They’re trying to raise money, of course, but the letters reflect a deeper fear.

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