Senate Delays Vote on Health Care Bill until after July 4th Recess

June 28, 2017 Tom Hospod

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday afternoon that the Senate would not hold a vote this week on the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017, as had been originally planned. Senate leadership cited a need for further revision to the original draft, as five Senators have vowed to vote against the bill in its current form. A CBO report released yesterday also raised concerns among a few Republicans regarding the estimate that 22 million additional Americans would be uninsured by 2026.

Leadership will likely produce a revised draft of its bill early in the second week of July when Senators return from the July 4th recess, with a vote to be held at some point thereafter.

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Tom Hospod

Tom Hospod is a member of the Tax Research Team for the Direct Tax division at Sovos Compliance, where his main areas of focus are Tax Withholding and Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI). Prior to Sovos, Tom worked as a legislative aide in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. He also has experience in securities law—focusing on broker-dealer disputes and representing clients in FINRA arbitration. Tom is a member of the Massachusetts Bar, earned his B.A. from Boston College and his J.D. from the University of Miami.

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