OPINION: Rep. Ed Whitfield in The Hill's Congress Blog: Shining a light on the president’s climate planSeptember 18, 2013 | ICYMI
Pennsylvania is coal country By Rep. Tim Murphy (PA) September 15, 2013
Among the many concerns surrounding the president’s health care law is the threat of fraudulent and wasteful use of taxpayer dollars. On Friday, July 5th, as Americans were celebrating our nation’s independence, 600 pages of Obamacare regulations were quietly released. Buried within those pages was an announcement that the government would no longer verify that each applicant for the exchange subsidies was actually qualified for that assistance.
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As Congress reconvenes, NPR and the Dallas Morning News highlight the positive, bipartisan work by the Energy and Commerce Committee to transform the Medicare physician payment system by r
In just a few weeks, Americans will be detailing their very personal health and financial information to the health law’s Navigators, who are then supposed to help them sign up for health care coverage through the exchanges. Despite repeated concerns voiced by House Republicans about inadequate training, HHS decided to hastily proceed with the program before even finalizing what that training would be.