The law provides the HHS secretary with considerable flexibility to make sure the program is solvent over 75 years, and Sebelius last month said the department will make tweaks to the program to ensure its sustainability.
"It would be irresponsible to ignore the concerns about the CLASS program's long-term sustainability in its current form, and we haven't done that," Sebelius told senior advocates last month.
“If we have a program that everyone acknowledges is broken, why do we want to waste money educating people on something that might not work in its present form?” asked Rep. Bob Latta (R-Ohio) last week.
Meanwhile, Sen. John ThuneJohn Randolph ThuneSenate Republicans raise concerns about TSA cyber directives for rail, aviation Democrats narrow scope of IRS proposal amid GOP attacks Senate GOP signals they'll help bail out Biden's Fed chair MORE (R-S.D.) last week asked the Senate Budget Committee to hold a hearing on the program.