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Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson: The Deciding Vote with Senator Rob Portman

About ten days ago at Dartmouth College, I sat down with Senator Rob Portman to talk about the threats and problems related to Russia’s meddling in democratic elections in the United States and around the world. Portman then discusses the complex process of health-care reform, noting that the process has been difficult because health care is a complex issue that needs to be handled correctly.
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