Republican members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee have sent letters to every insurer participating in the federal marketplace to request specific enrollment data, including how many people have paid their first month’s premium, how many individuals were previously uninsured and how many plans received a subsidy.

 On Tuesday, the Health and Human Services Department said that as of March 1, 4.2 million people had enrolled in the exchanges,  but would not discuss how many have paid their premium, which is sent directly to the insurance company they select.

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