AirTalk for July 22, 2014

Because of faulty language in the Affordable Care Act, some low and middle-income people may not be entitled to receive government assistance to subsidize their insurance. Also, Hillary Clinton joins us to weigh in on Ukraine, Gaza, and the ‘Hard Choices’ she made as Secretary of State. Then, we take you inside the Petersen Automotive Museum's "vault" to explore classic automobiles.
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