House of Representatives Passes Health Care Bill

The House of Representatives voted 217-213 today to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA), which would revise key portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
 
NAIFA has outlined the key principles that should be included in policies to reform health care coverage in the publication “Rx for Health Care: The Advisors' Perspective.”
 
“Many of the provisions in the House-passed bill align with our positions, and NAIFA is particularly pleased with its repeal of the ACA’s 3.8 percent tax on investments,” said NAIFA President Paul Dougherty. “We are disappointed that it does not completely repeal the 40 percent excise tax on employer health plans, however.”
 
The bill now goes to the U.S. Senate for consideration.
 
“There are issues that cannot be addressed in reconciliation and we look forward to working with members of Congress on both sides of the aisle and the Trump administration to ensure that all consumers have access to quality health care, professional advice and assistance, and adequate health insurance options to meet their individual needs,” Dougherty added.
 
  • Posted May 4, 2017 IN
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Jeremy Harbour
Very Informative Post as it totally explains about the new Rules and Regulations of Health Care Bill as passed by House of Representatives.
5/10/2017 3:27:33 AM