Investigators found she solicited assistance from three groups regulated by HHS.
Some states have extended sign-up deadlines.
The agency is relaxing regs on eyelid weights for those with a rare medical condition.
Lawmakers are pushing the Food and Drug Administration to modify proposed rules requiring breweries to inspect spent grain given to cattle.
In a letter to FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, 13 House members said the proposed regulation would impose heavy costs on small breweries.
The attorneys general in 13 states say a House Republican plan to reform decades-old chemical laws would actually rollback public health and environmental protections.
A department spokeswoman quashed speculation that began with a New York Times report this week.
Rep. Stephen Lynch, who opposed the law, said it might cost Democrats the Senate in November.
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) called President Obama’s announcement that 8 million people have enrolled in ObamaCare a “victory lap” that was an “insult” to those who lost the coverage they had before the law was enacted.
As ObamaCare enters its fifth year, big questions remain about how the law is working.
Republicans say Census's action will obscure the effects of ObamaCare on insurance coverage.