U.S. House to Send Healthcare Bill to Senate in a Few Weeks
Wochit Headline News - May 19, 2017
House of Representatives will send its healthcare renewal plan passed earlier this month to the Senate in a couple of weeks after it receives a final analysis by congressional reviewers, U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Friday.
Ryan said during an interview that the delay was "out of an abundance of caution" until the Congressional Budget Office ( or CBO) releases its findings on how much the legislation will cost and its effect on health insurance coverage..
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