Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Thursday told lawmakers that enrollments in ObamaCare's exchanges have reached 7.5 million.
The Senate Health Committee is forming a working group to tackle the rising rates of prescription drug abuse, as the fight wages on over a controversial painkiller the Food and Drug Administration approved last year.
Sebelius made the comment before the Senate Finance Committee.
The poll found 54 percent call the law "very important" in determining their vote.
Seventeen of the 28 doctors The Hill looked at practiced in Michigan.
The House rejected a bill to exempt expatriates' insurance plans from the healthcare law.
Doctors who have been charged with Medicare fraud over the last 16 months were paid $17 million of taxpayer money in 2012, according to an analysis by The Hill.
Legislation seeks only voluntary labeling regulations for genetically modified food.
Report showed early enrollees prescribed more specialty medications than average patient.
The information has been barred from public view for more than 30 years.