Biden Boasts Missing Enrollment Goal By 2 Million Would Be “One Hell of a Start”
In Letter to Secretary Sebelius, Administrator Tavenner, Leaders Call for Administration to Withdraw Proposed Regulation
Walden on Cover Oregon Website: “If this were a car you’d been sold, you’d get it taken back under the lemon law.”
WASHINGTON, DC – House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton (R-MI) and Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR) today responded to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler’s announcement that the commission will be reviving network neutrality regulations.
As the president’s health care law continues to take effect, seniors across the country are facing the harsh reality of the law’s broken promises. At a hearing in December, committee leaders warned that the $300 billion in cuts to the program would lead to rising costs and limited access to doctors. Committee member Rep.
Excerpt: Despite the program's far-reaching success, CMS is proposing to fundamentally undermine the program and jeopardize the prescription drup plans that millions of seniors rely on for their health and peace of mind.