Senate Plans Tuesday Vote On 1099 Provision Repeal
If the vote occurs according to the schedule, the Senate will likely send President Barack Obama the first piece of legislation officially repealing part of the health law.
The Washington Post: Senate To Hold Final Vote Tuesday On Repealing Health Care Law's Unpopular 1099 Provision
Both the Senate and the House have already voted this year to repeal one of the most unpopular provisions of the national health care law. But this week, if things go according to plan, the Senate will hold a second (and final) vote on the issue, sending President Obama the first measure officially repealing part of his signature health care legislation (Sonmez, 4/4).
The Associated Press: Senate To Vote To Repeal Small Part Of Health Law
Congress is poised to send the White House its first rollback of last year's health care law, a bipartisan repeal of a burdensome tax reporting requirement that's widely unpopular with businesses. Even President Barack Obama is eager to see it gone (Ohlemacher, 4/5).