Friday, January 10, 2014
By Paul Martin

‘They’ve circled the wagons. They don’t want there to be signs of weakness’
Jan. 9, 2014

The House of Representatives will vote Friday on legislation to force the Obama administration to reveal Obamacare enrollment data and other key figures so lawmakers and the public can see whether the goals are being met and the right people are signing up.

The Exchange Information Disclosure Act, H.R. 3362, is sponsored by Rep. Lee Terry, R-Neb., a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Terry told WND he’s pushing the bill because the Obama administration left him no choice.

“(Health and Human Services Secretary) Kathleen Sebelius motivated me. She was in front of our committee, and I asked her for information and she said, ‘No,’ just as blunt as that,” said Terry, who noted that the administration is voluntarily releasing the number of visitors to but little else.

“That’s fairly meaningless data. This is based on what state insurance commissioners as data. This is what they would require. If it weren’t Obamacare and a federal law, this is what they require of policies sold within their states,” Terry said. “They want to know who has signed up for what policies. OK, we have nine million people that have gained access through the exchange. Well, how many of them actually got a policy? We don’t know that. What policies did they get?”

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