The Fact and Fiction of Obamacare: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Jay Leno takes advantage of the Affordable Care Act, the TSA has a laugh over the human body—and more.

The Congressional Budget Office report on the cost of Obamacare has some members of the media upset, but a hearing on the report refutes many of their claims. Jon Stewart parses through the snoozefest.

Plus: Jay Leno laments his impending move to Obamacare, The Colbert Report gets gross about the TSA, and Jimmy Fallon prepares to take the helm of NBC's The Tonight Show.

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Mauro Whiteman writes for Government Executive. 

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