RNC Seeks Answers on ObamaCare Enrollment Issues
WASHINGTON – Today, the Republican National Committee (RNC) drafted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to send to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requesting information on the failure of HealthCare.gov “back end systems.” Media reports indicate that insurance companies and other entities have received inaccurate information from the ObamaCare website. With deadlines looming and the new year only weeks away, this latest failure has the potential to cause even more serious problems for ObamaCare and for the few Americans who have actually navigated the broken website.
The FOIA request asks for any and all documents and communications related to these errors and the number of Americans who are impacted.
“The American people deserve to know how the Obama administration missed yet another serious problem with the HealthCare.gov website. It turns out that even people who think they have purchased a plan may not be covered, as insurance companies can’t make sense of the information the website sends them,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.
“Democrats are spending this week telling people how great they think ObamaCare is, but they can’t even get a website to function correctly. In addition to 404-errors, we now have 834-errors. But the truth is the entire law—not just the website—is riddled with errors and needs to be repealed and replaced.”
Read the RNC’s FOIA request to CMS here: http://bit.ly/IEjllj
Sign the petition here: http://gop.com/act/demand-answers