State lawmakers want to know who is benefiting from the millions of dollars in federal taxpayer funds committed to the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange.
Members of the Legislature’s interim Health and Human Services Committee voted Thursday to require the exchange’s governing board to provide a complete list of contractors and how much they’ve been paid to date — and they gave the board a deadline of Dec. 19. “This is taxpayer money, and we have an obligation to know where it is being spent,” said Sen. Mark Moores, R-Albuquerque, a member of the committee.
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