House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Thursday she has concerns about how the Obama administration’s rollout of its health care exchanges is going, and said she wants to see some answers “soon.”
The California Democrat said she is happy with the rollout in her state, which is running its own exchange and which she said is going well, but said the administration got overloaded with requests on the federal exchange.
“I hope that we would have some answers soon and the answer would be, ‘OK, we’ve found the glitch’ or whatever it is,” Mrs. Pelosi told reporters.
The federal exchanges have suffered from overload and critics of Obamacare say it’s a preview of what the program will be for most Americans when it’s up and running.
Mrs. Pelosi said she is focused on all of the benefits she said the bill will bring to those who had lacked insurance.
But she said the federal exchange “is something that has to be improved.”