- Posted by Scott Wham
- On December 7, 2015
On December 3, 2015, the Senate approved the reconciliation package that would repeal major components of The Affordable Care Act (ACA). While the U.S. House of Representatives made numerous attempts to repeal the ACA over the past few years, this was the first time that a major repeal of the health law passed both houses of Congress. The Obama Administration confirmed that the President will veto the repeal. Since neither chamber has a veto-proof majority, the repeal will not survive the President’s veto.
Kistler Tiffany Benefits’ partners at the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) issued an in-depth analysis of the repeal attempt. To review NAHU’s analysis, please click here.