A federal inspector general looking into Maryland’s troubled health insurance exchange has issued subpoenas in connection with the probe, Rep. Andy Harris said today.

Harris, who first called for the investigation in February, said subpoenas had been issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General in July, according to information received by his office.

Harris did not say who received the subpoenas, but in a statement he characterized the development as a widening of the inspector general’s review of the exchange. The federal government spent tens of millions of dollars on the system, which crashed on its first day last fall and suffered technical problems for months…

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