Withholding documents on obamacare

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    The House Oversight Committee slammed the Treasury Department on Thursday for withholding documents related to the committee's investigation of the administration's expansion of subsidies in the ObamaCare exchanges.
    Committee chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., and Health Care Subcommittee chairman James Lankford, R-Penn., threatened in their letter to use legal force against the department if it does not turn over the documents by Aug. 29.
    The committee has been investigating for over a year the administration's decision to expand subsidies to the federally run health insurance exchanges mandated by ObamaCare. The 2010 law creates subsidies for insurance purchased on state-created exchanges, but it is unclear if the law permits the federal government to extend these subsidies to the federally run exchanges.
    Issa and Lankford, along with leaders of the House Ways and Means Committee, requested 50 outstanding emails and other documents by Aug. 13 in a letter dated July 25.


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    Yep, and it (Obamacare) will not add a penny to the National Debt. Just ask the CBO who crunched the #s ....(of course they were the #s they were given by the regime).
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    I was told on another thread that the CBO could be trusted? Are you saying their numbers may be wrong? I'm going to lose sleep over this. :hitler:
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    Absolutely you can trust the CBO. They crunch the #s they are given. Calculators and Computers don't lie. Now, you will need to decide for yourself whether you will trust those that give them the #s to crunch. They claim to be the most transparent regime in history.

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