Affordable Care Act opponent says the act is not affordable

GraboyesThe mandate provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or “Obamacare” goes into full effect next year, requiring uninsured individuals to purchase health insurance or pay a penalty. Businesses with 50 or more employees must also provide health insurance for their workers, or be penalized. The National Federation of Independent Business opposed the Act and remains one of its harshest critics. Their senior health care adviser, Robert Graboyes (“Gray-boys”), will be in Montana next week, to talk with business owners about the Act’s impact. In this feature interview, News Director Sally Mauk talks with Graboyes about his objections to Obamacare – and his predictions…

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Sally Mauk talks taxes, spending and gun control with Congressman-elect Steve Daines…

Steve Daines    Montana’s new Congressman, Bozeman Republican Steve Daines, will be sworn in January 3rd. It’s likely he’ll be dealing with the “fiscal cliff” issue right off the bat. In this feature interview, Daines talks with News Director Sally Mauk about what he sees as necessary to reach a bipartisan agreement. They also talk about another hot issue the new Congress will be debating: gun control….

Sally Mauk talks with Democratic U.S. House candidate Diane Smith

Diane Smith

Whitefish entrepreneur Diane Smith is one of seven Democrats vying to be their party’s nominee for Montana’s one seat in the U.S. House. In this feature interview with News Director Sally Mauk, Smith talks about why she’s running, and where she stands on everything from economic development to gay marriage…