W&M Sends 11 Health Bills To Floor After Two-Day Contentious Markup

July 13, 2018
The House Ways & Means Committee wrapped up a two-day, often fiery, health care markup on Thursday (July 12), ultimately sending to the floor 11 bills that collectively would change rules on tax-favored health savings accounts, offer retroactive relief from the ACA's employer mandate, delay the Cadillac tax until 2023 and allow consumers to use tax credits for off-exchange products. The suite of bills, some of which moved with bipartisan support, would cost about $92 billion, according to the Joint...

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