Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is testifying on the Obamacare enrollment site launch in front of the House Energy and Commerce Committee now.
Read her written testimony here.
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The Spending Endgame’s Winners and Losers
Louisiana lawmakers and Zika research supporters got what they wanted. Ted Cruz and the House Freedom Caucus didn’t.
By Alex Rogers
Carousel: Larew Takes Over Communications for NFU; Sebelius to Advise Solera
Outlook: Senate Tackles Controversial Gun Votes
In the wake of the Orlando massacre, the chamber will take up four gun-control proposals—none of which is likely to pass. The House will consider the financial-services spending bill.
The Clinton Agenda’s Two Possible Paths
If Hillary Clinton wins, would she emulate the President Obama who racked up big early legislative victories? Or the one who had to lean on executive actions?
By Ben Geman
Recovery Groups Use Recess to Lobby on Opioids Bill
A host of organizations are pushing for the House’s legislation to be more similar to what already passed the Senate.
By Rachel Roubein
Paul Ryan Has an Agenda for Republicans. Do They Want It?
House Republicans are crafting a policy plan that may not jibe with the vision of GOP front-runner Donald Trump—or his voters.
By Daniel Newhauser
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