Republicans are campaigning hard against ObamaCare in a bid to take control of the Senate during the 2014 midterm elections.
The White House says there is a surge in traffic to HealthCare.gov amid today’s deadline to sign up for ObamaCare. Health and Human Services reports that more than six million people have signed up as of March 27 and the government expects to reach its original goal of seven million enrollees by the end of today.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) made some waves Wednesday by suggesting that the newest ObamaCare delay is needed because enrollees are just "not educated" enough about using the Internet. Earlier this week, the administration announced that individuals who have tried to sign up for ObamaCare can have an extension past the April 1 deadline to finish the sign-up process.
Sen. Rand Paul called on President Obama to tell Pope Francis that he won't "spy on him anymore."