Dems urged Rep. Hal Rogers to push a colleague to convene health hearing immediately.
The senator suggested budget cuts had hampered the U.S. response.
Vitter said Obama's response "focuses on Africa, and largely ignores our own borders.”
Appropriators want to know how the Pentagon and Health Department will work together.
The funding comes with CDC warning there could be 1.4M Ebola cases by January.
The window to tamp down the outbreak is closing, Dr. Tom Frieden said Tuesday.
Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.) reportedly made the comment during a radio interview.
Democrats want to know why the House Appropriations Health panel hasn't met.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) blasts his fellow lawmakers for delaying the request.
"This funding issue is real, and we’ve got to address that,” the senator said.
The senator said Congress should increase resources for the Centers for Disease Control.
She urged the U.S. to oversee operations at an Ebola hospital in her nation’s capital.
West Africa is experiencing the "most complex outbreak” of Ebola in history, WHO said.