Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, his wife Heidi, and their two daughters after he announced his campaign for president last week. Cruz, a fierce opponent of the Affordable Care Act, drew charges of hypocrisy days later when he said that his family might purchase their health insurance through a federal exchange because his wife is now on a job leave.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, his wife Heidi, and their two daughters after he announced his campaign for president last week. Cruz, a fierce opponent of the Affordable Care Act, drew charges of hypocrisy days later when he said that his family might purchase their health insurance through a federal exchange because his wife is now on a job leave. Andrew Harnik The Associated Press
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, his wife Heidi, and their two daughters after he announced his campaign for president last week. Cruz, a fierce opponent of the Affordable Care Act, drew charges of hypocrisy days later when he said that his family might purchase their health insurance through a federal exchange because his wife is now on a job leave. Andrew Harnik The Associated Press

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