Molly Ball, politics writer for The Atlantic, joins Mary Katharine Ham in studio to recap Thursday’s freak outs over the healthcare bill passed in the House. They also discuss the ways technology is invading our home lives, particularly parenting, and Ball shares her in-depth profiling of Kellyanne Conway.

After the GOP-controlled House passed some regulatory changes to the ACA on Thursday, false narratives spread through the media, including rumors about pre-existing conditions and Republicans celebrating with beer afterwards. “Part of the reason there’s been so much more talk of the politics than the policy is because policies take a while to set in. Polices take awhile to be implemented…so the immediate consequences are going to be felt in politics,” Ball said.