(Washington, DC) -- House Republicans will take another shot at Obamacare next week. A bill is being prepared to address security concerns with HealthCare.Gov, the federal website for the new healthcare exchanges. In a memo to Republican members, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor cited the recent data security breach at Target and suggested HealthCare.Gov is vulnerable. The Obama administration has refuted claims about serious security concerns with the website.
In a statement, a spokesman for House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi accused Republicans of continuing efforts to undermine the healthcare law while scaring voters with misleading claims. Republicans plan to continue highlighting the healthcare reform law as a campaign issue. Midterm elections are scheduled for November.