Will California be the poster child for the President's health insurance reform? Not if Orange County supervisors have anything to say about it. Chairman John Moorlach says he'll vote "no" on anything to do with what he calls "ObamaCare," and this week a majority of the board joined him to block a request for available federal money. We ask State Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones about the consequences. Also, when California law protects mountain lions, should the head of the Fish and Game Commission boast about killing a cougar in Idaho? It's the Sierra Club versus the NRA. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Rush Limbaugh, the Republican Party and women.
Orange County Blocks Federal Healthcare Funds
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Rush Limbaugh and the GOP
Rush Limbaugh insists that reports of advertiser defections have been exaggerated, but liberal groups say he's taking a lot of hits. It's all about Limbaugh's attack on...
30 min, 57 sec
Fish and Game Commissioner Criticized for Killing Mountain Lion
Forty Democrats in the state Assembly have called for the President of California's Fish and Game Commission to resign. Daniel Richards has circulated pictures of himself...
12 min, 17 sec