Congressional Issues

On 4/10/14, Fox 45 aired a segment on the failure of the Maryland health exchange and lack of oversight on the part of the O'Malley administration. Rep. Harris shared his thoughts on the "frivolous" waste of hardworking taxpayer dollars that went into building the dysfunctional exchange.

On 4/8/14, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan appeared before Rep. Harris' subcommittee to discuss President Obama's budget for Fiscal Year 2015.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 7, 2014

House Hungarian Caucus Statement on Hungarian Election

Co-Chairs Harris, Joyce, and Kaptur Congratulate Prime Minister Orbán

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representatives Andy Harris, M.D. (MD-01), Dave Joyce (OH-14), and Marcy Kaptur (OH-9), Co-Chairs of the House Hungarian Caucus, released the following statement following the Parliamentary elections in Hungary on April 6, 2014:

On 4/3/14, Rep. Andy Harris joined "Andy Parks Live from The Washington Times" to discuss the latest news of the day, including Maryland's vote to replace its online health insurance exchange and adopt the technology from Connecticut's exchange.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 1, 2014

Statement from Rep. Harris on the Maryland Exchange Decision

Rep. Harris Appears on National Media Talking About Failed MD Exchange

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Andy Harris, M.D., released the following statement after the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange Board of Trustees met this evening in Hanover, Md. During the meeting, the board voted on a plan to replace Maryland's troubled health insurance exchange website with technology from Connecticut's exchange.

Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer interviewed Rep. Harris today (4/1/14), ahead of this evening's vote on whether to replace the Maryland online health insurance exchange with Connecticut's.

Fox News correspondent James Rosen interviewed Rep. Andy Harris on 3/31/14 to get his thoughts on the Maryland health exchange. The interview was part of a larger story that aired on Special Report with Bret Baier that same day. The board of the Maryland exchange will vote on 4/1/14 on whether to replace the state exchange with Connecticut's technology.

The board of the Maryland Health Exchange will vote tomorrow, 4/1/14, on whether to fully replace its dysfunctional online state exchange with Connecticut's system and technology.

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