With Only 3 Official Enrollment Reports in 17 Weeks, Exchange Information Disclosure Act Demands Greater Transparency
President Renews Promise to do “Whatever it Takes” to Create Jobs as Keystone Clock Ticks On
Administration Not Able to Escape Health Law’s Problems As It Attempts to Redefine the Debate Despite hopes from administration officials that 2014 would offer a brighter future for its health care law, the new year is already delivering more headaches all across the country.
Despite President’s Promise to Lower Costs by $2,500, Millions Brace for Law’s Rate Shock, Rising Costs in 2014
Upton: “The health law is like a Jenga game – the administration keeps yanking out pieces, and ultimately, nothing can keep it from collapsing.”December 20, 2013 | Blog Post
Holiday surprises have sadly become routine for the self-proclaimed “most transparent administration in history.” It is not surprising that as we approach the Christmas holiday, the administration is quietly announcing yet another major change to its signature health care law.
It has been a productive few weeks for the Energy and Commerce Committee. Four of the last ten bills to be signed into law by President Obama are the product of bipartisan committee work on public health issues.