News, Straight to the Point

MIT professor Jonathan Gruber faced the music Tuesday. He appeared before the House Oversight Committee to answer questions about his comments on the "stupidity of the American voter" and the "lack of transparency" during the drafting of the Affordable Care Act. Coming more than a month after video of his remarks were revealed, today was the public climax of what has become Gruber-gate.

Whether it was an edifying exercise -- or a chance for House Republicans to score points -- is debatable. But nevertheless, these were the most important moments from the four-plus hours of Gruber's testimony.

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