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AUSTIN – The Texas House voted Wednesday to begin debate on a sweeping bill to replace the Affordable Care Act.
The bill cleared the House Ways and Means Committee, where conservatives and moderates had united against the bill.
It would give President Donald Trump the ability to sign any bill into law regardless of Democratic votes in the Senate.
If approved by the Senate, a tax-writing committee that will have the authority to approve and reject bills, would convene as soon as Thur모나코 카지노sday. The tax bill, which Republicans hope to win a key 60-vote threshold, would become law in early December or early January.
Republican Representative Joe Barton said in a statement that he joined Republicans in passing the plan despite concerns that the Senate version would end up giving the government an expensive replacement for President Barack Obama’s 2010 healthcare law.
Democrats will also likely oppose th용인출장안마e legislation and the GOP hopes to have lawmakers with more moderate views on healthcare on the committee, such as committee chairman Kevin Brady Kevin Patrick BradyHow the Trump tax law passed: The final stretch How the Trump tax law passed: The lobbying frenzy House votes to extend individual tax cuts MORE (R-Texas), which will allow members to offer amendments if they don’t meet minimum threshold of 50 votes.
House Republicans have pushed hard to score a bill that repeals the health care law, which Republicans call Obamacare.
After winning praise from Trump for their healthcare effort in May, Democrats slammed the GOP for its lack of outreach to moderates on the health care effort.
“It’s now up to the House Republican leadership to get on the right side of health care,” Rep. Bill Flores Gerald (Bill) William FloresThe Hill’s Morning Report — Ford, Kavanaugh to testify Thursday as another accuser comes forward Dem lawmaker trolls Trump over reception of UN speech MORE (R-Texas) told reporters as the vote was taking place.
Republicans held a press conference hours later to say that they would allow Democrats to bring their own amendment on the floor if they don’t like the health-care measure.