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Obama says he did not mislead public on ACA, spars with reform ‘architect’

President Barack Obama denied charges that he mislead Americans about the healthcare reform law in order to get it passed, reports The Washington Times.

His comment was in response to Jonathan Gruber–a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who was a consultant to the Department of Health and Human Services on the Affordable Care Act–who claimed that a lack of transparency, along with the stupidity of American voters, helped pass the bill, notes The Wall Street Journal.