Sunday at 9AM & NOON ET

This Sunday...
June 29th, 2012
02:20 PM ET

This Sunday...

We’ll talk to Jack Lew, President Obama’s Chief of Staff, about the landmark, 5-4, Supreme Court ruling upholding “ObamaCare.” Chief Justice John Roberts cast the deciding vote in favor of the law that makes it a requirement for most Americans to carry insurance, or pay a tax penalty, as authorized by Congress’s power to levy taxes.

After two years of heated debate by Tea Party activists and Republican lawmakers against the law.   The ruling is a major victory for Congressional democrats and President Obama who supported it.  How will the ruling play out on the campaign trail?

Then, in a historic vote the House finds Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. Is the investigation and corresponding vote a “politically motivated” effort against the administration – as Holder has said it is?

Plus, how will the Affordable Care Act impact small businesses, state budgets, and individuals not covered by their employers, as unemployment remains high, and as states continue to face budget shortfalls? We’ll talk to Jennifer Granholm, the former Michigan Governor and current Obama supporter – and Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett Packard CEO and California Senate Candidate, about the law and its implications.

Also, how good, or how bad, is the U.S. economy really doing? We’ll sort through the confusing and contradictory economic headlines and assess where it really stands.

CNN”s White House Correspondent Dan Lothian, and USA Today’s Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, join us to discuss the political fallout from the Supreme Court ruling on Health Care and other political stories of the week.

And finally, as the Colorado fires take a deadly turn - Gov. John Hickenlooper joins us with the latest on the monster fires that have come roaring down his state.

Watch Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.


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