House backs bill requiring Obama administration to report weekly on health care enrollment

  • Article by: DONNA CASSATA , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 16, 2014 - 5:10 PM

WASHINGTON — The House on Thursday backed a bill that would require the Obama administration to report weekly on how many Americans have signed up for health care coverage as Republicans maintain an election-year spotlight on the troubled law.

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saintnickJan. 16, 1411:15 AM

Good. We should be able to see what our money is getting for us.

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Packman_1Jan. 16, 1411:21 AM

I guess this is the House's version of a jobs bill?

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ginny6Jan. 16, 1411:35 AM

Petty.

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saintnickJan. 16, 1411:41 AM

Two thumbs down? So you don't CARE how your tax dollars are used? You people are smart!

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kallman11Jan. 16, 1412:11 PM

It's about time... maybe this will give us a real picture vs. the stonewalling/embellishing from this administration.

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theagonybhoJan. 16, 1412:17 PM

Why bother, as we have learned in the past asking the Obama admin for numbers is fruitless, they will cook those numbers to show anything they want.

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crystalbayJan. 16, 14 1:23 PM

"we have learned in the past asking the Obama admin for numbers is fruitless, they will cook those numbers to show anything they want."...................sure! As with every single bit of positive news under this president, the enrollment numbers have been "cooked"; the election was "rigged"; the downtick of UE stats were "manipulated"; CBO projections of ACA lowering the deficit are because the "CBO is liberal"; the Sandy Hook tragedy was staged "to take our guns away"; Obama planted the bombs at the Boston Marathon for the same reason. I guess the haters have nothing better to do than make stuff up and attack anything good which is happening in the last five years. It's simply pathetic and predictable.

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blorangeJan. 16, 14 1:30 PM

Harry Reid will table this nonsense, and the House will claim there is some coverup despite all this data being publicly available anyway.

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drfranktJan. 16, 14 6:52 PM

Despite the utter contempt this administration has shown for "transparency," there remains those minions, blinded by the wanna-be king's pretty smile, believing every word he utters as absolute truth, while he's stabbing the taxpaying American Citizen in the back!

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drfranktJan. 16, 14 7:15 PM

Despite the utter contempt this administration has shown for "transparency," there remains those minions, blinded by the wanna-be king's pretty smile, believing every word he utters as absolute truth, while he's stabbing the taxpaying American Citizen in the back!

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