Ready or not

By Nikki Henderson |

Published 12/02 2013 10:55AM

Updated 12/02 2013 10:59AM

Obama administration says it has met its self-imposed November 30th deadline to revamp the technically troubled website.  Tracie Potts has more.

As the Obama administration claims new success in getting its health care enrollment website running, Republican opponents of the Affordable Care Act renewed their criticism Sunday.

"The most important part of this discussion that nobody talks about," Rep. Mike Rogers, R- Mich., said on NBC's Meet the Press, is that "the security of this site" and its ability to safeguard health and income information "does not meet even the minimal standards of the private sector."

He argued that Americans "should not tolerate the sheer level of incompetence securing this site.

And remember how much personal information is not only there, but all of the federal government data sites that the hub accesses would expose Americans' personal information in a way that is breathtakingly bad."

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