The recent CBO score makes the Senate’s effort to craft a bill significantly more difficult.
May 10, 2017 The Senate is starting from scratch on the American Health Care Act. Since the narrow passage of the House repeal bill last week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch
President Trump promised to slash tax rates for businesses and individuals, setting the stage for yet another epic legislative contest.
Joel Wood, The Council’s senior vice president of government affairs, gives a report on the state of play for Trumpcare and the House’s repeal and replace efforts.
Trumpcare Zombie In what’s becoming known as the “Trumpcare Zombie,” all of the conversations on Capitol Hill continue about how Republicans can hit the reset button and still pass a
Walking the Tightrope on Trumpcare The American Health Care Act (AHCA), now better known as Trumpcare, is in the House Rules Committee today before tomorrow night’s pivotal House vote. The
On Monday, House Republicans released the latest version of the repeal and replace legislation. The proposed legislation does not include the cap on the tax exclusion for workers in employer-sponsored plans, which would have meant a payroll tax hike for tens of millions of Americans.
We’ll Have a Plan…Soon…Maybe President Trump received high marks for moderation in his address to Congress last night, but he didn’t put a lot of meat on the bones of
Developing Legislation The House GOP is reportedly set to draft legislation this week that contains a new tax on employee benefits, and the bill is rumored to be swiftly marked
CMS Market Stability Rule Yesterday, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued the first proposed rule in the wake of the President’s