Health Insurance Tax Delay Likely Won’t See Vote During Lame Duck

November 30, 2018
Although Capitol Hill leaders have expressed little interest in doing anything health care-related during the remaining two weeks of the lame-duck session, a bipartisan group of senators is calling for a Senate vote on legislation to delay the health insurance tax. The senators argue that premiums will go up in 2020 if Congress doesn’t delay the tax another year. Congress thus far has delayed the health insurance tax through 2019. But it is unlikely that Congress will broach the issue,...

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