As a second follow-up to a letter sent in May by Oversight Subcommittee Chairman Boustany (R-LA) requesting information on HHS's use of taxpayer dollars for public relations and advertising activities, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Camp (R-MI), joined by Boustany, sent a letter to Secretary Sebelius last week indicating their frustration at the lack of a response from the Department. According to the letter, "The department's failure to provide a single responsive document to the committee's reasonable requests leaves only two possibilities: Either the department is unable to keep track of the work products it buys with taxpayer dollars or the department is trying to delay any response until after this year's election." As a result, Camp and Boustany indicated in this most recent correspondence that a failure on the part of HHS to produce documents by Oct. 31 could result in a subpoena from the committee. It's the third subpoena threat pertaining to the health law from House Committees in recent weeks. Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Issa (R-CA) issued his first subpoena last week, and he's left open the possibility of subpoenaing the IRS for documents related to health insurance exchanges.