By Jonathan Easley - 11/07/13 01:20 PM EST
An Obama administration website that allows people to engage in the federal regulatory process – including those Health and Human Services regulations surrounding ObamaCare – was knocked offline on Monday night.
Regulations.gov wasn’t up and running again until Wednesday afternoon. At least one lawmaker, Rep. Ann McLane Kuster (D-N.H.), took notice.
My staff is wrking w/agencies 2get http://t.co/uXrmK0ayjY back up& running. Im frustrated my constituents cant access 2submit FSMA comments!— Ann McLane Kuster (@RepAnnieKuster) November 6, 2013
The website allows citizens to provide commentary and criticism on proposed federal regulations.
According to a search, there are presently 10 Affordable Care Act regulations open for comment.