November 6th, 2013
05:40 PM ET

Tonight on Before AC360 Later

There is a lot going tonight and Anderson is here to talk about it.

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  1. Hector Malagon

    Hi Mr. Cooper
    My question is about the new healthcare law or obamacare. Is it true that when we enroll in those health insuracnces, they cover people just in the state that people are living? For example, if I live in florida, I am covered in florida but if I am on travel in New York and something happen during my visit in New York, the insurance won't cover me?

    Thank you

    Very respectfully


    November 7, 2013 at 4:00 pm |
  2. jason johnson

    In a time when we need money so badly we need to embrace marijuana and make money off of it as a cash crop. Right now the only money being made from marijuana is going to drug dealers who use that money to get more marijuana, so they are not putting back into the system. Sell packs of joints with a warning and filters and make the legal age 18. There goes a big chunk of national debt. Alcohol comes with as many problems as all the other drugs together... but it's cool!?!

    November 6, 2013 at 11:05 pm |
  3. Laura Bethea

    Re conversation about pot. It is not addictive. I smoked daily for 20 years and when I needed to return to nursing, I gave it up cold turkey. There is no withdrawal...And as a RN I have taken care of many, many patient dying a long, slow, ugly death from cirrhosis due to alcohol. I have never taken care of a patient whose body was ravaged by pot. Pot is the ONLY drug with no lethal dose. Tylenol, aspirin, narcotics, etc all have lethal doses. Our legal drugs, alcohol and tobacco cause so much illness...Pot is a God given weed which we should be able to grow in our backyards and smoke if we want. It is a much better drug for socialization and relaxation than alcohol. People abuse tobacco and alcohol yet many use it responsibly.

    November 6, 2013 at 11:01 pm |
  4. Katherine Andrews

    As a Nevada native I disagree with the comparison made between the legalization of pot & legalized gaming. The essence of Nevada is damage control. Better to have it legal and regulated any day versus illegal & under the table where anything can happen. A good example of this is our state gaming commission. Numerous other states have legalized gaming without a commission to regulate it and have been moved in on by organized crime. In my view it is clear that we have already lost the war on drugs. As a country we have got to take an honest look at how drugs and alcohol affect each and everyone of us everyday, and at how drug abuse is not limited to the bottom 30% but rather affects every facet of our society all the way from inner city to the suburbs. Mexico would not be supplying us drugs if we were not giving them the demand.

    November 6, 2013 at 10:54 pm |
  5. jason johnson

    why not let farmers grow marijuana and harvest it and sell it like cigarettes with a surgeon general stamp and everything?

    November 6, 2013 at 10:49 pm |
  6. hanna

    I just dont understand why the guy that believes telling kids "wait until you are older to use marijuana"!? As much as marijuana is used quite often now, if it is legalized there are no consequences that will restrict kids from using it. Im a young adult and if there was no law to restict marijuana i probably would smoke it. I think parents need to be a source of authority and guidance, not encouraging kids to smoke when they are older.

    November 6, 2013 at 10:45 pm |
  7. Lysa Parker

    Christie (R) wins a 2nd term as Gov. of the "blue" state of NJ. If my GA Gov. acted as Christie did after Superstorm Sandy, I'd vote for him, too! Christie fought hard for Fed funds & hugged Pres. Obama for his support (for which he paid dearly). Christie's approval rating before Sandy was mediocre. Why is the GOP considering Christie's re-election a watershed moment for U.S. support of GOP candidates in the '14 mid-terms? It's not apples to oranges...it's apples to broccoli.

    November 6, 2013 at 9:55 pm |
  8. A. H razzaghy

    There are many reasons for bad Video recoding on the case of Kendrick Johnson .
    A) very cheap DVR and cameras
    B) the company who installed the system did not program the DVR correctly . That is why you see a person and than it disappears .
    C) camera are not focused correctly
    B) you can Re-consturact a Video IF it the recording compression was anything other than H.264. JPEG or MPEG or MPEG4 or JPEG 2000
    D) time stamp could be retrieved if the DVR was set on the school network DVR had a auto daylight saving feature was turned on.
    E) most DVRs has a water mark on the original data . So if it is altered , you will know ! Andersen should look in to the DVR manufacture, model , the company who installed them . You should have answers to your questions
    I work for international security and Surveillance company with 20 years of experience in this field .

    November 6, 2013 at 8:54 pm |
  9. Brenda

    I have tried to get answer for months. About Benghazi

    November 6, 2013 at 8:27 pm |

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