U.S. Says Some Healthcare Emails Sought By Congress Are Missing
Administration officials said on Thursday, a top U.S. healthcare official involved in the botched rollout of the website HealthCare.gov may have deleted some emails that were later sought by Republican congressional investigators. The emails were from a public email account maintained by Marilyn Tavenner, who heads the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Department of Health and Human Services agency chiefly responsible for implementing President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform law. Some House Republicans have raised questions about congressional testimony from Tavenner and other administration officials who predicted before the rollout that HealthCare.gov would launch successfully.
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