Senate Democrats blocked a bill Tuesday that would have required the Obama administration to provide weekly reports to Congress about ObamaCare health exchange enrollment.

Sen. Lamar AlexanderAndrew (Lamar) Lamar AlexanderGOP lawmakers want Trump to stop bashing Congress The Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by CVS Health - A pivotal day for House Republicans on immigration GOP, Dem lawmakers come together for McCain documentary MORE (R-Tenn.) introduced the bill after experienced a myriad of technical “glitches” after its launch earlier this month.

“The Obama administration can’t tell us how many people have signed up for ObamaCare,” Alexander said on the Senate floor Tuesday. “Not only are they not telling us, they’ve done their best to keep us from finding out. … We shouldn’t have to rely on anonymous sources to find out what is happening.”

Alexander asked for a unanimous consent agreement to pass his bill, but Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee Chairman Tom HarkinThomas (Tom) Richard HarkinDem Senator open to bid from the left in 2020 Senate GOP rejects Trump’s call to go big on gun legislation Trump should require federal contractors to follow the law MORE (D-Iowa) objected, saying it would divert resources from the agency that could be used to make the website better.

Alexander’s bill would have also required updates on efforts to solve the technical problems that have prevented people from enrolling online, and information about ObamaCare "navigators" that help people enroll.

The Obama administration has so far refused to provide any hard information about the number of people who have tried to sign up for insurance under the health insurance exchanges. But has hired a consultant to fix the website problems by November. Alexander vowed to continue to push his legislation until he gets answers.

The administration has delayed the sign-up deadline by six-weeks, but some Democrats have even suggested that isn’t enough of a delay considering the website failures.