Skip to comments.Live Thread: HHS Secretary Testifies on HealthCare.gov Enrollment Issues
Posted on 10/30/2013 6:17:22 AM PDT by Whenifhow
Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testifies on the hill, Wednesday, concerning healthcare.govs problems since its October 1 rollout. Shell answer questions before the House Energy & Commerce Committee.
This is the committees second hearing related to the website problems. Last week, four government contractors hired to help build the site testified. Tuesday, Marilyn Tavener, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Administrator, appeared before the Ways & Means Committee.
CMS is responsible for setting up the federal marketplace for insurance exchanges and the Medicaid expansion. Rep. Fred Upton chairs the committee and Rep. Henry Waxman serves as Ranking Member.
Should be a real hoot -
Thanks for starting this. Was waiting in eager anticipation. Popcorn popped..This should be interesting.
Sebilius/Waxman.........so far we have learned seriously, that hundreds of million Americans now have healthcare. 17,000 per hour can sign up
Question for the day: “Obamacare Democrats or TEA Party Republicans: Who yuh gunna trust?”
'Screw the Constitution. I don't 'work' for you little people'.
Gain of seven million jobs/waxman
Have they not started yet? Nothing going on at C-Span.
I’m listening on C-SPAN Radio
I am watching on Fox
So, what is happening here is that gubmint is protecting us. I feel better already!
I clicked on closed caption to get it started - not sure why it works that way.
Try the other link if you want.
Fox here too....man is this beotch arrogant
CSPAN3, which I don’t get. I have it on FOX.
Waxman doing an infomercial for Obamacare, lying with every breath.
Sebelius and Waxman still selling the product even though Waxman already criticized the republicans for not sticking with this hearing is about the website.
Waxman sounds like her lawyer.
“Coverage is the law...” Let that one sink in a while. Read it again
Marsha Blackburn up now.
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