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11 State Attorneys General Comment Letter to HHS on Legal and Consumer Privacy Issues in HHS's Proposed Rule to Allow Extension of Canceled Policies (PDF)
Attorneys General for the State of West Virginia and Eleven other States Link to more items from this source
Jan. 3, 2014
"[We] are concerned that [HHS] has proposed a rule that both compounds illegal executive action and fails to protect the privacy of consumers using the health insurance exchanges.... [T]he proposed rule includes changes intended to accommodate the President's recent 'administrative fix' regarding cancelled health insurance plans. But the fix is flatly illegal under federal constitutional and statutory law.... HHS's regulations continue to ignore the widespread public outcry over the security of consumers' private information throughout the enrollment process on the healthcare exchanges[.]"

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