President Obama’s top health official admitted to Congress on Wednesday that Obamacare’s main website faces a litany of problems, including the delivery of inaccurate data to insurers and glitches that do not allow uninsured Americans to enroll, resulting in a “miserably frustrating experience for way too many Americans.”
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, under oath, told the House Energy and Commerce Committee she stands by the Affordable Care Act but cannot release reliable enrollment figures from state-run and federally facilitated health insurance markets around the country until November.
In a tense back-and-forth with GOP lawmakers, she said she herself will not use Obamacare because she has employer-based coverage from the federal government.
“I would gladly join the exchange if I didn’t have affordable coverage in my workplace,” she testified.
Mrs. Sebelius also offered a stark mea culpa for the problems at HealthCare.gov, the federal website that processes many requests for coverage.
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