Senate GOP to add repeal of Obamacare insurance mandate into tax bill
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 Senate Republican leaders said Tuesday that they would seek a repeal of the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate through their tax bill, a major change of strategy as they try to accomplish two of their top domestic priorities in a single piece of legislation.
Senate Republicans are planning to tie a repeal of the Obamacare individual mandate to their tax bill, and they say they have the votes to pass it. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes breaks down the political challenges associated with the move.
A new CBO report says fewer people will leave the Obamacare market than previously thought. The CBO says its because people valued health coverage more than before Obamacare was passed. The GOP.. Source: Wochit News -
Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Colorado Democrat Jared Polis is unveiling a bill that would repeal the Republican tax cuts. WASHINGTON — As the new tax cuts ushered in solely by Republicans begin to.. Source: Wochit -
Congress is set to vote on a bill Tuesday that would roll back a number of Wall Street regulations including lifting regulations on community and regional banks. Opponents of the bill, which would.. Source: Wochit News -
The vast majority of registered voters across both political parties agree with the Senate's vote this week to overturn a repeal by the FCC on Net Neutrality rules. According to Statista, 82 percent of.. Source: Wochit -
The Senate dealt FCC Chairman Ajit Pai a crushing defeat on Wednesday.
Pai has built his entire career around dissolving Net Neutrality.
He made it the center piece of his term as FCC Chairman.
Net.. Source: Wochit -
Senate Votes on Measure to Save Net Neutrality The Senate voted 52 to 47 on Wednesday to pass a measure that would keep the FCC from changing current net neutrality rules. Democrats held the majority.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
In a monumental decision, the U.S. Senate voted on Wednesday to reinstate the net neutrality protections the Federal Communications Commission decided to repeal last December. Last week, FCC Chairman.. Source: Wochit -