The Brief: Texas Political News for Nov. 15, 2013

The Big Conversation

President Barack Obama's White House apology ("That's on me") coupled with a new fix for the latest glitch in the rollout of the signature legislative achievement of his presidency has failed to convert skeptics in the Lone Star State.

Quickly out of the gates on Thursday was Gov. Rick Perry, who said Obama's proposal to allow about 5 million people to keep their canceled plans for a year longer would put states out of alignment with the Affordable Care Act.

As The Dallas Morning News' Christy Hoppe reported, Perry said, “This is a staggering ...

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