Rep. Diane Black on Monday introduced a bill that would require federal officials to let Americans know if their personal data has been breached on a federal Web system tied to the new health care law.

Mrs. Black, a Tennessee Republican who is a fierce critic of President Obama’s health reforms, pitched the legislation as a “common-sense reform” to address the steady trickle of security concerns that surround the online portals tied to Obamacare.

“Whether through navigators with no background checks, or inadequate security testing on their website, the Obama administration has thrown Americans’ data security out the window when it comes to Obamacare,” she said.

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