(CNN) - House Republicans have passed a new bill aimed at the president's health care reform.
It comes as GOP members express concern about the security of people's personal information on the health care website.
In the event of a security breach, the new bill would require the Obama administration to notify people affected within two days.
All House GOP members backed the measure and 67 Democrats crossed the aisle and voted for the bill.
Some Democrats have argued the bill wasn't a serious effort to fix the health care law, but rather a way to discourage people from using the website to get health insurance.
The Obama administration opposed the bill, saying it would put new burdens on agencies charged with implementing the new health care law and it could potentially impede an investigation of a data breach.
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