Walden: “Their investigation will help taxpayers get answers about what happened at Cover Oregon and the over $300 million that has been allocated to the state.”
Nonpartisan Government Watchdog Accepts Committee’s Request to Investigate Failed Oregon Health Care ExchangeMarch 6, 2014 | ICYMI
Upton Outlines Vision for Accelerating Cures with the Help of Modern Technologies
24 Applications Await Energy Department Action
OPINION: Pitts in Insurance Newsnet: The Administration’s Proposed Changes to Medicare Part D Mean More Broken Health Care Promises for America’s SeniorsMarch 5, 2014 | ICYMI
The House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee recently held a hearing to highlight the administration’s proposed changes to the Medicare Part D program and discuss how those changes would lead to more broken health care promises – this time for America’s seniors.
Upton: “The administration’s priorities are upside down, putting political considerations ahead of protecting the American people.”
Energy and Commerce Committee leaders welcomed Friday’s overdue announcement by the Federal Communications Commission that it was scrapping its Critical Information Needs (CIN) study that would have included interviewing journalists and other news professionals about their decision-making processes.