Perhaps if the administration was upfront with the American publicand told the truth -- oh, I don’t know -- four years ago the Affordable Care Act would never have become federal law.
In a letter sent late Wednesday, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa reminded Health and Human Service Secretary Kathleen Sebelius that obstructing a congressional investigation is a crime.
While at the same time he met with other cabinet secretaries in private no less than 277 times during that same period.
The federal government appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court after Hobby Lobby was exempted from supplying abortion-inducing drugs to employees. Today, the Court announced it will hear the appeal and the Obama White House says it is confident the judges will rule the requirement “lawful and essential to women’s health.”
The Obama administration has announced a delay in next year's Obamacare enrollment period (known as open enrollment in the private sector) until after the 2014 midterm elections are over.
After all of the reports of failed attempts at signing up for Obamacare, it shouldn’t really be a shock to find that most Americans who plan to get insurance through the new system haven’t even been to an exchange website.
On October 15, more than two weeks after the Obamcare exchanges were launched, President Obama declared his support of Health and Human Services Secretary through White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.
We've seen reports for weeks about the fraud and identity theft Americans are exposed to through the Obamacare exchange and now, Kathleen Sebelius is finally admitting that because Obamacare navigators aren't required to go through a criminal background check before handling sensitive health information, some of them could be convicted felons.
Today, Sebelius admitted employer based insurance plans will also be cancelled as a result of grandfathering caveats and government requirements making plans illegal under Obamacare.