(Bloomberg) -- A day after her deputy apologized for the botched Obamacare exchange, U.S. Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will have to stare down accusations that she wasn’t forthcoming enough about the potential problems.
Republicans say they primarily want to know at a hearing today about the lack of transparency ahead of the rocky Oct. 1 debut of the insurance exchange, which is supposed to let people compare and buy health plans. Rep.Paul Ryan of Wisconsin and others are going further and calling for Sebelius to be held accountable for the flaws and to resign.
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