Approximately 75,000 people who entered their personal information in the Healthcare.gov portal had their data compromised last month after hackers infiltrated the government-run portal used to help people enroll in health insurance plans, officials said Friday.
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Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan told Breitbart News that Republicans on Capitol Hill must remember the GOP promised over the last six political cycles to repeal Obamacare – legislation passed on nine lies Democrats told about President Barack Obama’s landmark healthcare reform.
Healthcare.gov and its state marketplaces approved healthcare coverage and tax credit subsidies for nine out of 12 fake applicants as the Government Accountability Office conducted an undercover investigation, according to a GAO report.
During Saturday’s Weekly Address, President Obama promoted the HealthCare.gov open enrollment period by stating that “any partisan talk you hear about repealing or replacing” Obamacare “should be judged by whether they keep all those improvements that benefit you and your
HealthCare.gov CEO Kevin Counihan stated the announcement by the US’ biggest health insurer, UnitedHealthcare, that it would leave most of the Obamacare exchanges it operates in by 2017 was “not unexpected in a marketplace” and “what you expect in a new and
Two imminent Supreme Court decisions will be rendered in June, one that will affect some Californians significantly and another that is expected to affect at least 34 states, but not California. The Court’s decision in Obergefell vs. Hodges, which will decide if same-sex marriage must be legalized in all fifty states, will affect gay couples in California, including Placentia residents Matthew Mansell and John “Johno” Espejo, who live with their two adopted children and joined the case as two of the 30 plaintiffs.
Rep. Dennis Ross, R-Fla., said House GOP leaders argued that the situation presents an opportunity for Republicans. “This is transitioning out of Obamacare, not repealing it and not even affirming it. It’s transitioning,” Ross said.
After top tech talent from Silicon Valley helped rescue President Obama’s disastrous healthcare website launch, he decided that there was much more the brightest in Silicon Valley could do for the federal government. According to an interview with Fast Company, the President has been personally recruiting top talent from the likes of Google and Facebook to build next-generation government services.
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The White House website suffered security breaches this weekend at the same time President Obama was addressing a Stanford University cybersecurity summit, an unfortunately ill-timed incident for an administration many see as languishing in the fight to protect the nation’s cyber institutions.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) laid out in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News at the Iowa Freedom Summit the biggest coming scandal of 2015: That the Obama administration is allowing corporations to data mine from healthcare.gov.
Remember all those promises about how the ObamaCare website, HealthCare.gov, would be a veritable Fort Knox of data integrity, a super-secure environment where your personal information would be treated like delicate, priceless treasure? Never mind all that! The more your rulers know about you, the better they can predict or manipulate your actions. It was inevitable that data harvested from ObamaCare applications would be stored and put to later use.
Embattled Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner is resigning her post overseeing Obamacare just months after she admitted that the Obama White House’s highly publicized 8 million Obamacare enrollment figure was inflated by at least 1.3 million.
Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), a free-market advocacy group, announced Thursday that it “is suing the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for failing to adequately respond to three Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests involving the Affordable Care Act’s