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Another Cover-Up? IRS, Social Security Administration Not Co-Operating with Investigation of Fraudulent ObamaCare Enrollment | Health Policy Blog | NCPA.org

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“At the beginning of last month, this blog discussed the fact that over two million of a total of eight million ObamaCare applications lacked income, citizenship, or immigration data to verify eligibility for ObamaCare’s tax credits. In the middle of the month, the Administration began contacting “hundreds of thousands of people with subsidized health insurance to resolve questions about their eligibility, as consumer advocates express concern that many will be required to repay some or all of the subsidies.”Now, the Inspector General IG of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has confirmed that “The deficiencies in internal controls that we identified may have limited the marketplaces’ ability to prevent the use of inaccurate or fraudulent information when determining eligibility of applicants for enrollment…”That’s putting it mildly. Far worse is that the IG is unable to investigate eligibility based on income or residency because the IRS and Social Security Administration appear not to be co-operating with his investigation pp. iv-v:”

via Another Cover-Up? IRS, Social Security Administration Not Co-Operating with Investigation of Fraudulent ObamaCare Enrollment | Health Policy Blog | NCPA.org.

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