House of Representatives Passes Bipartisan Stopping Bad Robocalls Act
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) voted for the bipartisan Stopping Bad Robocalls Act, legislation that will bring much needed relief to Americans affected by abusive robocall practices. Last year, Americans received an unfathomable 48 billion robocalls.
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In The News
By Christine Hall
Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, who represents Silicon Valley, attacked the contractors who built the faltering Healthcare.gov at a government hearing last week.
Eshoo was not happy with one of the contractor's testimony that the website had "unexpected volumes" of traffic.
If Silicon Valley were being named today, it would probably be Innovation Valley. It's innovation, not silicon, that makes this region go.
Contractors say they are working to fix website problems and the site is getting better
By Grant Gross
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services took too little time testing how the many components of the troubled HealthCare.gov worked together before rolling out the insurance marketplace, contractors involved in the project said Thursday.
By Stephanie Condon
Republicans in Congress this week ratcheted up the pressure they're putting on the Obama administration to explain why the Obamacare website HealthCare.gov is so flawed, and in many instances, Democrats echoed their complaints. They've also, however, warned their GOP colleagues against taking the complaints too far.
By Amy Schatz
The partisan divide we’ve seen on President Obama’s health law was once again on display this morning, with Republicans complaining about the law and calling for delays. Committee Democrats defended the law but notably, many also complained about the website and pressed for answers on what went wrong and how to fix it.
By Erin McClam
Top executives of the companies that built the troubled Obamacare website were grilled by Congress on Thursday about the glitches that have plagued the system since it opened earlier this month.
Obamacare's problem-plagued website Healthcare.gov will be fixed in time to allow people to enroll in private health insurance by a Dec. 15 deadline to obtain benefits beginning on Jan. 1, the main Obamacare contractor CGI Federal told a congressional panel.
By Aliyah Frumin
Contractors who built the glitch-filled HealthCare.gov website have a clear message for Congress Thursday: don’t blame us.
By Lisa Mascaro
Developers of the problematic Obamacare website faced tough questioning at a House oversight committee Thursday, as both Republican and Democratic lawmakers frustrated by the shoddy roll-out sought answers over what went wrong – and when it would be fixed.