DFA Daily — November 13th

November 13, 2013
By Leah Pickett | 0 comments

Supporters cheer Hawaii State Senate's approval of same-sex marriage law. Hugh Gentry/Reuters. 

Headlines from Wednesday, November 14:

Troubled Healchcare.gov Unlikely to Work Fully By the End of November — Washington Post

Only six of the ten main problems identified have been addressed by the contractor who built the site.

Senate Approves Same-Sex Marriage Bill, Heads to Governor for Signature — Hawaii News

Hawaii becomes the 15th state to do so.

Democrat Adds to His Lead in VA Attorney General Race — Talking Points Memo

Herring has pulled into a 106-vote lead.

DFA’s Top Clips:

Populist Ire for Wall Street Makes Clinton a Poor Choice: Critics — Common Dreams

Charles Chamberlain, executive director of Democracy for America, a liberal grassroots advocacy group, said the Democratic Party would benefit from a competitive presidential primary in 2016.

“The issue of income inequality is vital, and Hillary Clinton has not always had the right position,” he said. “Hillary has changed a lot, and she’s grown a lot. I think this is a candidate who has evolved in a number of important ways.

“She has some heavy lifting to do to show she’s not in the pocket of banks and a candidate of the 1 percent. That’s a more open question,” he added.

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