The House of Representatives on January 6, 2016, passed H.R. 3762, the “Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act of 2015,” by a 240-181 vote. The identical bill was passed by the Senate on December 3, 2015, by a 52-47 vote. The bill will be presented to the president shortly.
In a Statement of Administration Policy (December 2, 2015), the White House announced that the president would veto this bill if Congress were to pass it. Accordingly, the legislation is not expected to become law.
Included in the bill are a number of tax-related provisions that would modify or repeal measures that were enacted in association with the Affordable Care Act. These measures would:
Read the CBO estimate of the bill that passed the Senate (identical to the bill that passed the House).
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