The Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General is opening an investigation into Maryland’s state-run health insurance marketplace, amid questions over spending on a still not fully-functioning website.

Responding to a request from Rep. Andy Harris, M.D., the open Republican in Maryland’s entire Congressional delegation, the OIG is set to examine how the state spent federal dollars — more than $100 million estimated this year — on the project.

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