House Voting On Healthcare Bills Today

(Washington, DC) -- The House is slated to vote on two Obamacare-related bills today. One requires more transparency from the Obama administration about the security of personal information. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says the government should notify federal health website users if their personal information is compromised.
The Obama administration insists no serious security problems have arisen over HealthCare.Gov. The other bill requires the administration to issue weekly reports to Congress on the ongoing implementation of the healthcare reform law. Neither Republican bill is expected to receive serious attention in the Democratic-led Senate.
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House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says notifying users if their personal information is compromised is the right thing to do.