Two Senate bills to repeal the new 1099 reporting requirements are expected to be voted upon as early as next Monday.
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Senator Max Baucus (D-MT), chair of the Senate Finance Committee, pledged on Friday to introduce legislation that would repeal the expanded 1099 reporting requirement contained in the health care bill, according to the National Journal. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) contained a provision (passed by the Senate Finance Committee) that would expand… Read more »
Today, beginning at 10 AM, the Senate Finance Committee will vote to pass its version of health care reform. If the bill passes committee (as it is expected to do) it will be merged by the Senate Majority Leader with the Senate HELP bill for Senate floor consideration. There are some storylines the media are… Read more »
Members of Congress and staffers have the day off in recognition of Yom Kippur, but even with the break they are preparing for a contentious week of health care debating. Most of the attention this week will be on the Senate Finance Committee, which resumes its markup of the Chairman’s Mark health care language tomorrow. … Read more »
As the Senate Finance Committee today continues to wade through hundreds of amendments to the health care reform bill drafted by committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT), ASAE has taken issue with two specific proposals that have generated concern in the nonprofit community. The two amendments in question, filed by Senate Finance Ranking Member Charles Grassley… Read more »