Bipartisan Group Of Senators Introduce Bill To Scrap Health Insurance Tax

January 11, 2019
A bipartisan trio of senators reintroduced legislation that would fully repeal the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance tax. Striking the tax has long been a key priority for the insurance industry, and stakeholders welcomed the latest effort. GOP Sens. John Barrasso (WY) and Cory Gardner (CO) joined Democrat Kyrsten Sinema (AZ) in introducing the Jobs and Premium Protection Act on Thursday (Jan. 10). The tax is delayed for the 2019 plan year but will go back into effect in 2020...

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