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The DCCC highlights new moves by Republicans that go beyond the strategy that led the House GOP to hold almost 50 Obamacare-repeal votes this year.
For a good cause, of course.
Left balks at proposal to take care of doctors but drop support for unemployed.
A provision would allow the OPM to "modernize" the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program by expanding the menu of enrollment options.
A three-month delay of cuts to Medicare payments will give Congress more wiggle room to agree on a permanent solution.
The HHS secretary has better news to report Wednesday than she did during her last visit to Congress, an October trip that marked the nadir of the botched HealthCare.gov site.
Sebelius pledges "full cooperation" with the review.
By end of November, 137,000 had signed up through the federal exchange website.
Adding Podesta and Schiliro is just layering. Like Bush, Obama is averse to change.
The HHS Secretary comes to Congress Wednesday with an improving website and surging enrollment, but that won't stop the GOP fury.