The House Republican Study Committee is sending a letter to the Trump administration asking for more information about the health law’s exchanges and whether the government is using subsidies to cover the costs of enrolling Americans.
The letter, which was obtained by Politico, comes after Republicans on the panel requested the documents from Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price on Thursday.
The lawmakers wrote that they were concerned that the administration was not providing the information they requested.
“We ask that HHS provide us with detailed information regarding the cost-sharing subsidies (CPAs) that have been used by the government to pay for premium subsidies for ACA exchanges, as well as whether CMS is using CPPAs to cover premiums for individuals who are purchasing insurance on the ACA exchanges,” the lawmakers wrote.
The letters came hours after President Donald Trump made a campaign promise to get more information from Price about the ACA’s exchanges.
Price was set to appear at a congressional hearing on Wednesday.
The White House has been mum on the matter.
Price did not immediately respond to a request for comment.