|Pennsylvania Association Hightlights Possible Congressional Changes to Health Care Reform|
|Written by Ryan Gray|
The Pennsylvania School Bus Association (PSBA) reported last month on attempts in the Republican-majority U.S. House of Representative to repeal and/or change the Patient and Affordable Health Care Act signed into law last fall.
The Pennsylvania School Bus Report updated association members that further attempts to repeal the law are in the works after the Senate failed to pass a version of the repeal that was passed by the House in January. The association also pointed out that the repeal, even if passed by both chambers, faces a likely veto by President Obama.
As a result, PSBA said that congressional Republicans were expected take other courses of action to prevent the law from being fully implemented in its current form. Already, Congress repealed earlier this month a requirement for businesses to report payments of at least $600 on a Form 1099. Other provisions include repealing or revising:
|Last Updated on Friday, 06 May 2011 09:10|