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Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testified on the Health and Human Services Department fiscal year 2015 budget request.
Hearing Advisory Chairman Camp Announces Hearing on the Presidents Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Proposal with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
The Honorable Kathleen Sebelius Secretary, United States Department of Health and Human Services Testimony
ObamaCare’s Secret Mandate Exemption
HHS quietly repeals the individual purchase rule for two more years.
1 Trillion Dollars!!!
Diane Black addressing the WSJ article.
Sebelius - if you can’t afford coverage, you are not obligated to purchase it.
hardship exemption has always been part of the law
Lynn Jenkins, KS
asks about promises on the cost not adding to deficit
Sebelius says it is paid for
Jenkins - it is NOT paid for - what is your proposal to pay for it?
Sebelius - never seen the study you are talking about
How many have paid their premiums?
Sebelius: I don’t know
Price: How can that be?
Sebelius: they don’t pay us - they pay the insurance company
Price: How many were previously insured?
Sebelius: We don’t know
Price: You should know
Sebelius: we qualify them and they enroll
Sebelius: as soon as we have info we will give it to you
Peter J. Roskam, IL
asks about a special inspector general for HHS
Sebelius looks frightened by the idea
You would never know by the Q & A this representative is a Democrat!!!
Taxpayers deserve to get their moneys worth. How much does it cost us for someone who is insured?
Rep. Doggett discusses health care with Sec. Sebelius
This is the best grilling on the budget that came out of the hearing today.
Obamas promise not to add to the deficit, yet this law will add 6.2 Trillion
Can you explain Obamas promise?
Sebelius: ACA was paid for according to CBO saving 100B in first decade and more in the second decade.
Jenkins: It was not paid for it adds to the debt. Now that you have data it will add 6.2 Trillion to the debt. What have you proposed that will bring that into line?
Sebelius: I have no idea what the 6 trillion is based on.
Jenkins: You do know what the government accountability office is?
Sebelius: I have never seen the study you are talking about
Congresswoman Jenkins Questions Secretary Sebelius on the Cost of ObamaCare