For one thing Carol, no legislation of any kind was introduced because Congress wasn't even in session.<quoted text>
That was in 2010. Anything more recent? Since the loophole was found in the ACA that allowed Obama to exempt them this past month?
Last Tuesday, legislation was introduced to reinstate the requirement that Congress go back on the ObamaCare exchanges, but I can't find any confirmation this has happened.
So if you can provide a recent source, it'd be helpful.
Not only are you a damned liar but a spectacularly inept one as well. Congress always was in compliance with the affordable care act nitwit. The law requires large employers, and the federal government is a doubt a very large employer, to provide health insurance for their employees. Congress was doing exactly that through the Federal Employees Health Benefits Plan. As a matter of fact the insurance exchanges set up under the ACA were patterned after the FEHBP menu offered to all federal employees. Chuck Grassley decided to try to throw a wrench into the works by introducing legislation that would force members of Congress and their staff to purchase insurance from an exchange. The Democrats said "sure, why not?" So starting in 2014 members of Congress and their staff, including my son, will purchase coverage through an exchange. The Federal government will however continue to contribute to the cost of the insurance.
So Carol your statement that there was some kind of "loop hole" that exempted Congress from provisions of the ACA is just another one of your lies. Congress was never exempt, they were always in compliance.
Give up the lying Carol, you're just no good at it.