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Friday Flashback: The politics behind immigration policy, what Republicans might do and SCOTUS takes up Obamacare




WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 07:  Immigration reform protesters march during an immigration rally July 7, 2014 in Washington, DC. Participants condemned
WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 07: Immigration reform protesters march during an immigration rally July 7, 2014 in Washington, DC. Participants condemned "the President's response to the crisis of unaccompanied children and families fleeing violence and to demand administrative relief for all undocumented families". Following the rally, the protesters marched in front of the White House. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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It's Take Two's weekly look back at the week in news, joining guest host Deepa Fernandez is 
James Rainey, political reporter with the LA Times, and Pilar Marrero, senior political reporter and blogger with La Opinion. 

According to a report from the New York Times, the President is planning a dramatic change in current immigration policy. Take Two talks about the validity of the report, and what the proposed executive action may be. 

And on the other side of the argument - conservatives warn that if Obama does issue an executive order, they'll respond with a move of their own

The Supreme Court is taking up another challenge on the Affordable Care Act. But meanwhile one big player in health care reform has been taking a lot of heat for his comments related to it. 

I'm not talking about the President - but rather Jonathan Gruber - an MIT economist, and an advisor on the health care law. 

The reason? Because of comments Gruber made, like this one below - that were uncovered by an amateur researcher. 

 

We'll find out who Jonathan Gruber is and what his statements might mean for the Obama Administration.

Finally, the attempt by reality star Kim Kardashian to BREAK the internet. Well, she didn't break it - but she got what she wanted, for people to talk about her. But why do we still care about the naked female form?