Repeal, Replace, Repair

Repeal, Replace, Repair

 

“TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT,” H.R. 1

John Cannan, A Legislative History of the “Repeal and Replacement” of the Obamacare: Bills

http://drexellaw.libguides.com/c.php?g=608161&p=4219007

Budget reconciliation instructions, HCR 71, October 26, 2017

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Chairman’s Modification, November 15, 2017

Reconciliation Recommendations Pursuant to H. Con. Res. 71, Senate Budget Committee, December 2017,  S. Prt. 115-20

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H. Conf. Rep. No. 115-466

Public Law No. 115-97

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Public Law No. 115-97, sec. 11081

THE AMERICAN HEALTH CARE ACT, H.R. 1628

Budget reconciliation instructions, SCR 3, 1/13/17

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IN THE HOUSE

House Energy and Commerce committee print, released 3/6/17

House Energy and Commerce section by section

Markup Memo

H. Res. 154

House Ways and Means proposal, released 3/6/17

House Ways and Means section by section

CBO cost estimate, American Health Care Act, 3/13/17

Kasich/Snyder/Sandoval/Hutchinson letter, 3/16/17

H.R. 1628 (Black), as introduced 3/20/2017

H.R. Rep. No. 115-52 (3/20/2017)

Manager’s amendment (policy), 3/20/2017

Manager’s amendment (technical), 3/20/2017

Manager’s amendment (policy) section by section, 3/20/2017

Manager’s amendment (technical) section by section, 3/20/2017

House committee press release, 3/20/2017

CBO cost estimates, various provisions of Manager’s Amendment, 3/23/2017

Policy amendment to the manager’s amendment, 3/23/2017

Policy amendment to manager’s amendment section by section, 3/23/2017

H.R. 1628 as it went to the House floor, 163 Cong. Rec. H2393-H2405, and the debate, 163 Cong. Rec. H2405-H2441 (March 24, 2017)

03/24/2017-3:30pm POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS – Pursuant to clause 1(c) of rule 19, further consideration of H.R. 1628 is postponed.

Action By: House of Representatives

Palmer Amendment on Invisible Risk Sharing Program, 4/6/2017

As adopted by the House Rules Committee, Report 115-88, 4/6/2017

Palmer Amendment section by section

MacArthur Amendment discussion draft, 4/25/2017

Amendment to MacArthur, 4/26/2017

MacArthur summary

Upton Amendment, 5/3/2017

Upton section by section

Compilation of secs. 132-136 and 214(b), as amended by Palmer, MacArthur, and Upton, 5/3/17
Scanned version

Word version

Word version saved as pdf

H.R. 1628, as it passed the House

CBO analysis of H.R. 1628 as it passed the House, 5/24/17

IN THE SENATE, JUNE AND JULY

CMS actuary analysis of the House bill, 6/13/17

Senate “discussion draft,” 6/22/2017

Congressional Research Service section by section, 6/22?/2017

NGA letter to Sen. McConnell, 6/23/17

Senate substitute updated, 6/26/2017

Section by section updated, 6/26/2017

CBO analysis of the Better Care Reconciliation Act, 6/26/2017

National Ass’n of Medicaid Directors statement, 6/26/2017

Rand Paul letter,6/27/2017

CBO Medicaid beyond 10 years out analysis, 6/29?/2017

Sen. Sasse press release/letter, 6/30/2017
Sasse press release/letter

10 Senators including Dan Sullivan, August recess letter, 6/30/2017

Discussion Draft, 7/13/2017

Discussion Draft section by section, first 2 titles, 7/13/2017

Discussion Draft section by section, Title III, 7/13/2017

AHIP/BCBSA letter re Consumer Freedom Option, 7/14/2017

HHS preliminary draft analysis of Consumer Freedom Option, 7/15/2017

“Obamacare Repeal Reconciliation Act of 2017,” 7/19/2017

CBO on repeal-and-delay version, 7/19/2017

Discussion Draft, 7/20/2017

Discussion Draft section-by-section, 7/20/2017

CBO on the 7/20 discussion draft, 7/20/2017

Heritage paper on the Senate bill, 7/21/2017

Parliamentarian’s Byrd Rule rulings (as described by Sen. Bernie Sanders’ office?), 7/21/2017

Jonathan S. Gould, “Law Within Congress,” 129 Yale Law Journal 1946 (2020)

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“Portman/Cruz”?, 7/25/2017

Sen. McConnell opens the Senate debate, 7/25/2017

Senate deliberations, from the vote on the motion to proceed through the vote on SA 270, 7/25/2017

“Text of Amendments,” Congressional Record, 7/25/2017 (SA 267, S4197-99, SA 270, S4200-18, SA 271, S4218-20)

CBO on possible components of skinny repeal, 7/26/2017

Senate deliberations, 7/26/2017

“Text of Amendments,” Congressional Record, 7/26/2017

AHIP letter, 7/27/2017

“Health Care Freedom Act,” 7/27/2017

Graham-Cassidy

Senate deliberations, 7/27/2017

Text of Amendments, 7/27/2017

Heghmann v. Republican National Committee, No. 2:17-cv-411 (E.D. Va.), complaint, August 3, 2017

IN THE SENATE, SEPTEMBER

Cassidy Graham Heller Johnson, September 13, 2017

Section by Section Final

Bipartisan Governors’ letter re Cassidy Graham, September 19, 2017

National Ass’n of Medicaid Directors letter re Cassidy Graham, September 21, 2017

Heritage Action statement re Cassidy Graham, September 21, 2017

AMA, et al, statement re Cassidy Graham, September 23, 2017

GC Amendments, September 24, 2017

Updated section by section

Updated state by state

“Claim vs Fact”

CBO, Preliminary Analysis, September 25, 2017

REPEAL AND REPLACE BILLS other than the American Health Care Act, H.R. 1628

Senate Concurrent Resolution 11, 114th Congress (budget)

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H.R. 3762, 114th Congress (as introduced in the House)

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H.R. Rep. No. 114-293

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H.R. 3762, 114th Congress (as passed the House)

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H.R. 3762, 114th Congress (as placed on the Senate calendar)

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Senate consideration, December 1, 2015

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Senate consideration, December 2, 2015

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Senate consideration, December 3, 2015

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H.R. 3762, 114th Congress (as amended and passed by the Senate)

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H.R. 3762, 114th Congress (as passed Congress and vetoed by Pres. Obama)

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President’s veto message, as printed in Congressional Record, Jan. 8, 2016

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CBO scoring of H.R. 3762, updated January 2017

H.R. 2300, 114th Congress (Rep. Price)

Budget Resolution (Senate Concurrent Resolution 3, as agreed to, 1/13/2017)

S. 191 (Cassidy Collins)

Sen. Cassidy’s introductory remarks, 163 Cong. Rec. S400-S403 (daily ed. January 23, 2017)

S. 222 (Paul)

H.R. 1072 (Sanford)

Sen. Paul’s and Rep. Sanford’s section by section, from Rep. Sanford’s official website

[H.R. ] [“The Act of 2017″]

House Republican “Obamacare Repeal and Replace: Policy Brief and Resources” (February 2017)

National Governors’ Association, “Governors-Only Discussion on Health Care Reform” (Avalere and McKinsey presentations)

McKinsey slides 30 and 31

H.R. 1436 (Jordan and Meadows)

H.R. 1718 (Brooks) (probably: from AL.com)

Heritage plan, June 2018

H.Res. 1089

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REPAIR BILLS

H.R. 706, “Plan Verification and Fairness Act of 2017”

H.R. 708, “State Age Rating Flexibility Act of 2017”

H.R. 710, “Health Coverage State Flexibility Act of 2017”

[Discussion Draft], “Preexisting Conditions Protection and Continuous Coverage Incentives Act of 2017”

[H.R. 1121], “Pre-existing Conditions Protection Act of 2017”

H.R. 1121, “Pre-existing Conditions Protection Act of 2017” (as introduced)

H.R. 1381, “Requiring Individual Responsibility in Medicaid Act of 2017”

S. 761,
A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow individuals to receive a premium assistance credit for insurance not purchased on an Exchange, and for other purposes.
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“Health Care Options Act of 2017”

Sen. Alexander’s introductory remarks, 163 Cong.Rec. S2100-01

S. 1201, “Health Care Options for All Act” (Sen. McCaskill)

S. 1354, “Individual Health Insurance Marketplace Improvement Act” (Sen. Carper)

S. 1462, “Marketplace Certainty Act” (Sen. Shaheen)

S. 1511, “Keeping Health Insurance Affordable Act of 2017” (Sen. Cardin)

Alexander-Murray, October 19, 2017

Alexander-Murray section by section, October 19, 2017

S. 1835 (Collins-Nelson)

H.R. 4666 (Rep. Costello)

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H.R. 5155 (Rep. Pallone)

Undo Sabotage and Expand Affordability Section by Section

S. 2494 (Sen. Baldwin)

S. 2507 (Sen. Barrasso)

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S. 1771

Alexander Collins Walden Costello, 3/19/18

Ensuring Coverage for Patients with Pre-Existing Conditions Act, August 2018 (S. 3388)

Senate Joint Resolution 63, introduced August 28, 2018 (disapproving short term limited duration rule)

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House Joint Resolution 140, introduced September 13, 2018 (disapproving short term limited duration rule)

The opioid bill, H.R. 6
Maintaining Protections for Patients with Preexisting Conditions Act of 2018 (H.R. 6898)

H.R. 692 (Rep. Walden), introduced January 18, 2019

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A repair proposal by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, March 2019

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H.R. 1868 (Rep. Underwood), introduced March 26, 2019

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H.R. 1884 (Rep. Pallone), introduced March 26, 2019

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S. 1125 (Sen. Tillis), The Protect Act, introduced April 10, 2019

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Fact sheet: the-protect-act

The budget bill, December 16, 2019, see sec. 609

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CMS, “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: HHS Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2020,” 84 Fed. Reg. 17454 (April 25, 2019), referenced in the budget bill

H.R. 1865 (enrolled, sent to President 12/20/2019)

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S. 3383 (Sen. Kennedy), introduced March 3, 2020

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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act, revised version of H.R. 1425 (House Rules Committee print, June 22, 2020)

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H.R. 1425 as it passed the House, June 29, 2020

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S. 4506 (Sen. Gardner), introduced August 6, 2020

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S. 4675 (Sen. Tillis), introduced September 23, 2020

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Motion to table Tillis amendment 2673, 166 Cong. Rec. 5923-24 (September 30, 2020)

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Text of Tillis amendment 2673, 166 Cong. Rec. 5987-90 (September 30, 2020)

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S. 322 (Sen. Tillis), introduced February 12, 2021

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CORONAVIRUS BILLS, MARCH 2020

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Second Bill

H.R. 6201 (introduced March 11, 2020)

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Families First summary

H.R. 6201 (as brought to the House floor and passed March 13/14, 2020), [] Cong.Rec. H1675-H1687

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H.R. Res. 904, passed March 16, 2020

COVID-19 Amendment Language 03162020 741 FINAL

H.R. 6201 (enrolled version, March 18, 2020)

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Senate consideration, March 18, 2020 (partial)

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H.R. 6201, version to be signed by the President, March 18, 2020

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Third Bill

Draft “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” (Fox News version, March 19, 2020)

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Just-about-to-be-introduced version, March 19, 2020

Senate Republican Phase 3 Coronavirus Proposal

S. 3548, March 19, 2020

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House Democrats’ proposal (from NPR), March 23, 2020

House-Democrats-Counterproposal-For-Stimulus

House Democrats’ proposal (from vox.com), March 23, 2020

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H.R. 6379 as introduced, March 23, 2020

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The deal: proposed amendment to H.R. 748, March 25, 2020

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Heroes 2.0, H.R. 8406, introduced September 29, 2020

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House Democrats’ title-by-title summary

Updated Heroes Act Summary

Heroes 2.0, October 1, 2020

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Division K, Title I, Medicaid provisions, H5313-H5317

Division K, Title III, Private insurance provisions, including premium tax credits for unemployed and special enrollment period, H5321-H5326

CDC cases: eviction moratorium

Terkel v. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, No. 6:20-cv-564 (E.D. Tex.)

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Opinion, Feb. 25, 2021

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Skyworks, Ltd., v. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, No. 5:20-cv-2407 (N.D. Ohio)

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Opinion, March 10, 2021

Skyworks opinion and order

Declaratory judgment, March 10, 2021

Skyworks declaratory judgment

Alabama Ass’n of Realtors v. U.S. D.H.H.S., No. 1:20-cv-3377 (D. D.C.)

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Opinion, May 5, 2021

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Order, May 5, 2021

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US notice of appeal, May 5, 2021

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US motion for emergency stay, May 5, 2021

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05/05/2021 MINUTE ORDER. Before the Court is the defendants’ 57 Emergency Motion for a Stay Pending Appeal of this Court’s 53 May 5, 2021 Order vacating the national eviction moratorium at 86 Fed. Reg. 16,731. In this emergency motion, the defendants request an immediate administrative stay to give this Court time to consider and rule upon its motion to stay this case pending appeal. Alternatively, the defendants request that the Court stay its 53 May 5, 2021 Order as to all parties except for the plaintiffs. Defs.’ Emergency Mot. for a Stay Pending Appeal at 1 n.1, 8-9, Dkt. 57. Although the plaintiffs have not yet filed an opposition to the defendants’ motion, which was filed at 6:54 p.m. this evening, the defendants represent that the plaintiffs oppose the motion. Id. at 1 n.1. In order to give the Court time to consider the merits of the defendants’ 57 Emergency Motion for a Stay Pending Appeal, and the plaintiffs time to file an opposition to the motion, the Court will grant the defendants’ request for a temporary administrative stay.This Minute Order should not be construed in any way as a ruling on the merits of the defendants’ motion. The Court notes, however, that, as the Court has explained, see Mem. Op. at 19, Dkt. 54, the law in this Circuit is clear: where a court concludes that an agency has exceeded its statutory authority, as this Court has done here, see Mem. Op. at 17, vacatur of the rule is the proper remedy in this Circuit. See Nat’l Mining Ass’n v. U.S. Army Corps of Eng’rs, 145 F.3d 1399, 1409 (D.C. Cir. 1998). Based on this clear authority, courts in this Circuit do not restrict vacatur only to those plaintiffs before the Court. See, e.g., O.A. v. Trump, 404 F. Supp. 3d 109, 152-53 (D.D.C. 2019). Indeed, the government has been unable to point to a single case in which a court in this Circuit has done so. See Mot. Hr’g Rough Tr. at 31.

Accordingly, it is ORDERED that the Court’s 53 May 5, 2021 Order is administratively STAYED. It is further ORDERED that the plaintiffs shall file any opposition to the defendants’ motion on or before May 12, 2021, and the defendants shall file any reply within four days of the date the plaintiffs’ opposition is filed. So Ordered by Judge Dabney L. Friedrich on May 5, 2021. (lcdlf1)

(Entered: 05/05/2021)

Tiger Lily LLC v. U.S. Dep’t of Housing and Urban Development, No. 2:20-cv-2692 (W.D. Tenn.)

Order denying preliminary injunction, November 6, 2020

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Order, March 15, 2021

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Judgment,

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Sixth Circuit

Other CDC cases, referenced by the U.S. in its Terkel pleadings:

Chambless Enterprises, LLC v. Redfield, No. 3:20-cv-1455 (W.D. La.)

Ruling denying motion for preliminary injunction, December 22, 2020

Chambless Enterprises order denying PI

Tiger Lily LLC v. U.S. Dep’t of Housing and Urban Development, No. 2:20-cv-2692 (W.D. Tenn.)

Order denying preliminary injunction, November 6, 2020

4041874-0–83601

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Sixth Circuit

Brown v. Azar, No. 1:20-cv-3702 (N.D. Ga.)

Order denying preliminary injunction, October 29, 2020

11303282-0–35925

KBW Investment Properties v. Azar, No.  2:20-cv-4852 (S.D. Ohio)

Order denying TRO, September 29, 2020

7284836-0–12189

Order dismissing case after stipulation, October 9, 2020

7305642-0–12417

CDC cases: cruise ships

Florida v. Becerra, No. 8:21-cv-839 (M.D. Fla., filed April 8, 2021)

Complaint, with exhibits

Florida v Becerra complaint

Alaska motion to intervene, with exhibits, April 20, 2021

Alaska mo interv

Florida motion for preliminary injunction, w/o exhibits, April 22, 2021

Florida PI ms

[exhibits]

Alaska supplement to motion to intervene, April 22, 2021

Alaska supp to mo interv

Florida request for oral argument, April 22, 2021

Florida OA request

Unopposed US motion for extension of time to respond to Alaska intervention request, April 26, 2021

Unopposed US mo for xt to respond to AK mo interv

Extension order, April 26, 2021

xt order

Alaska amicus, April 26, 2021

Alaska amicus

US request for additional pages for opposition, May 3, 2021

US request addl pages

Young amicus, May 3, 2021

Young amicus

COVID-19 RECONCILIATION BILLS, FEBRUARY 2021

House Education and Labor text and section by section, February 8, 2021

FY21 Budget Reconciliation Budget Reconciliation

2021-02-08 FY21 Budget Reconciliation Section by Section df

House Ways and Means texts and section by sections, February 8, 2021

6. COBRA text (Subtitle F, order 7)

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6. COBRA SxS

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House Energy and Commerce text and markup memo, February 9, 2021

Subtitle A_Public Health_FINAL

Subitle B_MEDICAID_FINAL

Subtitle C_CHIP_FINAL

Subitlte D_Other Provisions_FINAL

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CBO analysis of Energy and Commerce, February 14, 2021

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CBO analysis of Ways and Means, February 15, 2021

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CBO analysis of Education and Labor, February 15, 2021

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House Budget Committee, American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 pre-markup text, February 19, 2021

S Con Res 5 Bill Final

H.R. 1319 as introduced, February 24, 2021

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House Budget Committee report, February 24, 2021

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H.R. 1319 as it passed the House, engrossed version March 3, 2021

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H.R. 1319 as it passed the Senate, March 5/6, 2021

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Enrolled version (Pub. L. 117-2?)

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HCBS — section 9817

Federal guidance

smd21003

SINGLE PAYER! SINGLE PAYER!

Bernie Sanders, Medicare for All, September 13, 2017

Medicare for All – Summary by Title

STATE LEVEL MANDATES, MODEL LEGISLATION?

Jason Levitis

Nicholas Bagley

SECRETARY AZAR SAYS …

remarks-on-market-stabilization-and-lessons-for-healthcare-reform

THE WHITE HOUSE PLAN IS …

https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/executive-order-america-first-healthcare-plan/

Executive Order on An America-First Healthcare Plan

AT THE END OF THE DAY?

La Debacle: “Nous sommes dans un pot de chambre, et nous y serons emmerdes.”

— General Ducrot at Sedan, September 1, 1870