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    D.C. May Soon Tell You What to Eat to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

    The Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) may soon be telling you what you should eat to reduce your “carbon footprint.” In order to—ostensibly—prevent global warming and reduce our national carbon footprint, Washington is already telling Americans what light bulbs they can buy, … More

    Young Adults Spurn Obamacare

    Young adults just aren’t that into Obamacare. Only 24 percent of enrollees in the Obamacare exchanges are young adults aged 18 to 34, according to a report released today by the Department of Health and Human Services.  That’s far fewer than the 38 percent of enrollees the Obama administration said … More

    303 Hours and Counting: N.C. Man Still Can't Delete Personal Information from HealthCare.gov

    Justin Hadley, the North Carolina man who could access a stranger’s private information on HealthCare.gov, is counting down the hours until his account is removed from HealthCare.gov — literally. Time since he first contacted the Department of Health and Human Services and received no help: about 303 hours. His countdown … More

    Will the Obama Administration Ever Actually Help the Man Who Discovered HealthCare.gov Security Breach?

    You would think the Obama Administration would figure out how to help the man who discovered the security breach on HealthCare.gov. Yet, seven days after Justin Hadley first reported the problem, he’s still waiting for his account to be deleted. Hadley logged on to HealthCare.gov last Thursday after his current … More

    Caught in the Obamacare Web

    Each new day brings more disturbing news about the reckless rollout of Obamacare. Americans deserve better than this unworkable law. They also deserve the truth. And right now, they are getting neither from the Obama Administration. Six days ago, a North Carolina man named Justin Hadley logged on to HealthCare.gov … More

    Exclusive: Marilyn Tavenner Did Not Speak Truth Under Oath, Says Victim of Security Breach

    A top Obama administration official came under fire Tuesday after her congressional testimony conflicted with the account of a man at the center of the HealthCare.gov security breach. Marilyn Tavenner, administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, promised a Senate committee that the U.S. Department of Health and … More

    Man Who Discovered HealthCare.gov Privacy Breach Still Waiting for Help

    It’s been five days since Justin Hadley received a total stranger’s private information on HealthCare.gov, and despite claims from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, he’s still without answers. On Sunday, Hadley could access the private eligibility information of Tom Dougall, a man in South Carolina who had … More

    Security Flaws Are Latest Example of Why Obamacare Is Unworkable

    Fox News’ Bret Baier opened tonight’s “Special Report” with a warning for HealthCare.gov users: You can add privacy concerns to the growing list of complaints about the President’s disastrous health care overhaul rollout. It seems those potential Obamacare customers who are able to penetrate the website’s unintentional front-end security gauntlet … More

    Obama Administration Blames "Software Code" for HealthCare.gov Privacy Breach

    Four days after being notified of a security breach on HealthCare.gov, the Obama Administration finally acknowledged tonight the website inadvertently disclosed personal information affecting two users. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services blamed it on “software code.” “An incident involving the personal information of one consumer was reported … More

    Exclusive: HealthCare.gov Users Warn of Security Risk, Breach of Privacy

    Justin Hadley logged on to HealthCare.gov to evaluate his insurance options after his health plan was canceled. What he discovered was an apparent security flaw that disclosed eligibility letters addressed to individuals from another state. “I was in complete shock,” said Hadley, who contacted Heritage after becoming alarmed at the … More