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The Congressional Research Service (CRS) released a report earlier this year that was intended to serve as a resource guide to aid Congressional staffers when answering frequently-asked questions about the Affordable Care Act. On December 1, 2017, CRS released a revised and updated version of the report.
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Categories: Health Care Reform, Health Care in General | Tags: Affordable Care Act , ACA , CHIP , Congressional Research Service , CRS
The Employers Council on Flexible Compensation, the Society for Human Resource Management, the National Association of Health Underwriters, and 33 other prominent employer advocacy trade groups signed onto a letter earlier this week urging that Congress grant relief for employers from the Cadillac Tax, the Health Insurance Tax and the medical device tax.
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Categories: Benefits in General, Health Care Reform, Health Care in General | Tags: Cadillac tax , health insurance , ECFC , SHRM , NAHU , Employers Council on Flexible Compensation , Society for Human Resource Management , National Association of Health Underwriters , letter , Congress , tax reform , benefits

CRS Releases Report on AHCA

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Last week, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) issued a report on the American Health Care Act (AHCA), which was passed on May 4, 2017 by the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Categories: Health Care Reform | Tags: AHCA , American Health Care Act , CRS , Congressional Research Service , HR 1628 , H.R. 1628 , health care reform , repeal and replace

House Passes AHCA by Narrow Margin

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The American Health Care Act (AHCA) was passed in the House of Representatives today by a narrow margin vote of 217-213.
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Categories: Health Care Reform | Tags: AHCA , House , Health Care Reform , Congress
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) has prepared a report for Congress providing information and links regarding various Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions.
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Categories: Health Care Reform, Compliance | Tags: ACA , CRS , Affordable Care Act , Congressional Research Service , FAQ