DFA Daily — December 3rd

December 3, 2013
By Leah Pickett | 0 comments

Headlines from Tuesday, December 3:

Budget Panel Blows First Deadline — The Hill

Legislators wanted the deal by Dec. 2 in order to have time to write and pass a spending bill by the Jan. 16 deadline.

Cost of Health Care Law Is Seen Decreasing — New York Times

Obamacare is slated to cost billions less than projected.

Health-Care Enrollment on Website Plagued by Bugs — Washington Post

System errors may have affected a third of people who have signed up for health plans, and it could affect their coverage.

DFA’s Top Clips:

Silicon Valley Congressman Gets Support From Democracy for America — Time

Left-leaning political action committee Democracy for America is endorsing its first Congressional candidate for the 2014 election cycle, Rep. Michael Honda (D-Calif.). At stake is California’s 17th District, home to the Silicon Valley technology companies that are hoping to use this election to gain an ally within Congress that will push their agenda.


“At DFA, we support Democrats with backbone, who lead with vision and who fight for core Democratic values,” Dean wrote. “We’re working to elect not just any Democrat, but better Democrats. I’ve known Mike for years — he’s one of the strongest progressives we have in Congress.”


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