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Topic - Sam Graves
A Missouri congressman said Friday he is fed up with the Obama administration for failing to provide him with enrollment numbers for Obamacare's small-business exchanges.
President Obama hailed his health care law's 8 million customers this spring, but a member of Congress wants to know why he can't get a tally for the law's small-business exchange.
Congressman Lee Terry will host fellow Republican and Missouri Rep. Sam Graves for a small business forum in Omaha.
Liberals are trying every tool at their disposal this year to go after guns. They have failed on Capitol Hill to restrict the Second Amendment, so they are moving through the states to enact their agenda.
A key House Republican is warning that the mandate in President Obama's health care law requiring companies with more than 50 employees to provide adequate health insurance to their workers is so cumbersome that even the parts designed to help firms with compliance will cause headaches.
"The mismanagement of the Small Business Health Options program is very frustrating," Mr. Graves said. "The administration isn't able to answer even the most basic questions about the program's enrollment or its progress."
"Going back to last year, the program's delays and lack of choices have contributed to headache after headache for small businesses who are trying to follow all of the twists and turns of the program," Mr. Graves said. "It's astonishing how little information has been disclosed about a law in which the taxpayers are investing billions. What is the administration hiding?"