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House Energy And Commerce Committee'S Subcommittee
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act celebrated its second birthday last week. Of course, don't tell this to the elected officials who crammed the law through Congress on a purely partisan basis two years ago. As the unaffordable costs of Obamacare become undeniable and government control over every aspect of American life becomes unbearable, it's hard to find anyone willing to celebrate the law as it enters the terrible twos.
The Energy Department's Office of Inspector General is investigating who pushed to delay bad news about federally backed Solyndra LLC until after the November 2010 midterm elections.