House opens investigations into 3 dysfunctional state Obamacare websites

The main site,, still isn't complete, but Congress is taking aim at 3 hugely dysfunctional state exchange sites that have cost the American taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollar so far. Oregon, Maryland, and Massachusetts are all having monumental problems with their state Obamacare websites and Republicans want to know the answer to one simple question: where did all that taxpayer money go? The Hill: In Oregon, not even one person has yet to enroll online, leaving the state completely reliant on paper applications. Walden and the other lawmakers are laying the groundwork to claw-back some of the state's $304 million in grants if Oregon decides to abandon its state-run exchange and join the federal system. "With the March 31 deadline for open enrollment fast approaching, the state of Oregon will need to make a decision on the fate of Cover Oregon soon," the letter to the GAO reads. "The catastrophic breakdown of Cover Oregon is unacceptable, and...(Read Full Post)