Rep. Paul Ryan calls on Kathleen Sebelius to step down over website problems
WASHINGTON - Republicans are turning up the heat over the massive problems with the website for people to sign up for Affordable Care Act.
Janesville congressman Paul Ryan now wants Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to lose her job over the problems.
The White House has appointed a tech expert to oversee an Obamacare website rescue effort, but republicans are on the attack.
Rep. Ryan is the latest top GOP leader to call on Sebelius to step down, saying on a Republican conference call: "This rollout has been a fiasco, I think some people should be held responsible."
Wednesday, the Obama administration acknowledged the website did not get enough testing before going live.
The White House has also signaled a change underway in signing up for coverage. Guidelines about new deadlines are expected.