McConnell: Don’t Open Obamacare Exchanges If Privacy Isn’t Protected

Reuters recently reported that security testing for Obamacare is months behind schedule. And MichaelAstrue, former HHS general counsel and Social Security commissioner, has warned in THE WEEKLY STANDARD that “unless delayed and fixed” the Obamacare exchanges will “inflict on the public the most widespread violation of the Privacy Act in our history.”

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Today, Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell sent a letter to a top official at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services asking for the exchanges to be delayed until the government can guarantee that the privacy of Americans will be protected.


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