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Exchange contractors blame government for website glitches

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No CMS or HHS employees testified during Thursday’s hearing, but Secretary Kathleen Sebelius—amid increasing calls for her resignation—is scheduled to appear before the committee on Oct. 30. This week the White House announced CMS would begin holding daily briefings to update the public on the website’s progress.

J.C. Derrick
J.C. Derrick

J.C. is a reporter in WORLD's Washington Bureau. He spent 10 years covering sports, higher education, and politics for the Longview News-Journal and other newspapers in Texas before joining WORLD in 2012. Follow J.C. on Twitter @jcderrick1.


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