PA Bill Number: HB1725
Title: In inchoate crimes, prohibiting the possession of firearm at polling place.
Description: In inchoate crimes, prohibiting the possession of firearm at polling place. ...
Last Action Date: Jul 17, 2019
Firearms Preemption Meeting - 08/1/2019
Starlite Ballroom Social Hall (Fearless Fire Co) 1221 South Front Street, Allentown, PA
FOAC Monthly Meeting - 08/11/2019
South Fayette Township Municipal Building 515 Millers Run Road, Morgan, PA
Senator Jim Brewster's Annual 45th District Golf Classic - 08/19/2019
Youghiogheny Country Club 1901 Greenock Buena Vista Rd, McKeesport, PA
This bill would 'REPEAL' Obamacare.
Title: Obamacare Replacement Act
Subject: Health: Abortion: Accounting and auditing: Administrative law and regulatory procedures: Administrative remedies: Advisory bodies: Bank accounts, deposits, capital: Bankruptcy: Child health: Competition and antitrust: Congressional oversight: Contracts and agency: Department of Labor: Employee benefits and pensions: Employment taxes: Federal preemption: Fraud offenses and financial crimes: Government information and archives: Health care costs and insurance: Health care coverage and access: Health personnel: Income tax credits: Income tax deductions: Insurance industry and regulation: Intergovernmental relations: Licensing and registrations: Medicaid: Medicare: Nutrition and diet: Physical fitness and lifestyle: Prescription drugs: Sales and excise taxes: Small business: Social work, volunteer service, charitable organizations: Sports and recreation facilities: State and local government operations: State and local taxation: Tax administration and collection, taxpayers: User charges and fees
Description: Obamacare Replacement Act This bill amends the Internal Revenue Code, the Public Health Service Act, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), and the Social Security Act to repeal certain provisions regarding health insurance, including: the requirement for individuals to maintain minimum essential coverage, limitations on insurers varying premiums by age or health status, requirements for health insurance to cover preexisting conditions, and the prohibition on lifetime or annual limits on benefits. The bill allows a refundable tax credit for a percentage of health insurance premiums and a tax credit for health savings account (HSA) contributions. The bill eliminates HSA contribution limits and allows all individuals to make contributions to HSAs. HSAs may be used to pay for over-the-counter medications and health insurance. HSA distributions for abortion are subject to income tax. The tax deduction for medical care is expanded to include exercise equipment and services, nutritional supplements, and certain primary care fees. Physicians may deduct uncompensated and charity care. The bill provides for the establishment and governance of: (1) independent health pools, which offer health insurance coverage to their members; and (2) association health plans, which are group health plans sponsored by business associations. Individual health insurance coverage is governed by the laws of a state designated by the health insurance issuer. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services must (currently, may) waive Medicaid requirements to enable states to carry out experimental, pilot, or demonstration projects. Stop-loss insurance obtained by certain health plans or plan sponsors is exempt from requirements for health insurance. The bill amends the McCarran-Ferguson Act to declare that nothing in that Act affects antitrust laws regarding health insurance.
Session: 115th Congress
Last Action: Referred to the Subcommittee on Health.
Last Action Date: February 17, 2017
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|House||Feb 17 2017||Referred to the Subcommittee on Health.|
|House||Feb 15 2017||Referred to the Committee on Energy and Commerce, and in addition to the Committees on Ways and Means, Education and the Workforce, and the Judiciary, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.|
|House||Feb 15 2017||Referred to House Energy and Commerce|
|House||Feb 15 2017||Introduced in House|
|House||Feb 15 2017||Referred to House Education and the Workforce|
|House||Feb 15 2017||Referred to House Judiciary|
|House||Feb 15 2017||Referred to House Ways and Means|
|Introduced||Feb 23 2017||federal bill text||bill text|
|There are no amendments to this bill at this time|
Committee Name: Subcommittee on Health
There have not been any votes on this bill
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