Californians are split over the U.S. Supreme Court's decision today (6/28) regarding President Obama's Affordable Care Act, but the Central Valley is firmly against it and local respondents are pessimistic about the future of their health care.
Hello again from Washington, D.C. I'm down in the Press Room at the White House writing this blog right now. This is the same Press Room where you see all of those network correspondents peppering the President's Press Secretary with questions and they occasionally get a visit from the President. The room is much smaller than you'd think, the desks where the reporters work are cramped, and our fellow reporters, photographers, and editors from our network, ABC, basically work in a glorified closet... but they still get the job done.
Good evening, everyone. Action News Photographer Richard Harmelink, Producer Marquese Brown, and I just wrapped up our first full day in Washington, D.C. The guys are currently putting the finishing touches on our first report that airs tonight on Action News Live at 11.
By the time many of you may read this... I'll be on my way to Washington, D.C. I'll be interviewing President Obama next week... an interview you will only see on ABC30 Action News and abc30.com. I plan to ask the President about key issues affecting Central California including agriculture, water, jobs and our struggling economy. My time with the President will be limited, so I hope to squeeze in as many topics as I can. My live reports from the White House begin Monday, June 11th on Action News Live at Five. Also, check back to the "Political Insider" for updated blogs regarding the trip and my interview with the President and other White House officials.