About the bill

The Health Exchange Security and Transparency Act of 2014 requires the Department of Health and Human Services to notify individuals, within two business days, of a security breach on any federal or state ObamaCare exchange that is known to have resulted in personally identifiable information being stolen. The Obama administration announced that it opposes the bill, saying it has already secured such information in the exchanges and will notify consumers if any is stolen, but the White House stopped short of threatening a veto.

How Congress Voted

Yea
Nay
Not Present
Awaiting Vote
 
 

Senate

Yea = 5
Nay = 5
Not Present = 5
Total = 15

House

Yea = 5
Nay = 5
Not Present = 5
Total = 15