Greg welcomes guests Buck Sexton, Michael Moynihan and Jo Ling Kent. Liz MacDonald sits in for TV's Andy Levy.
Feds are building a detective squad to target consumers and companies that don't follow ObamaCare's rules
- Post-Obamacare law hiring at the Department of Health and Human Services included 86 'criminal investigators,' but just two 'consumer safety' officers
- On the day President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law in 2010, HHS received authority to make 1,814 new hires
- The authorization included positions for 50 criminal investigators. The agency increased that number to 86
- The agency was also authorized to hire 261 'consumer safety officers.' Only two such employees were hired