You can check them out in my two posts (yep, it's that big) at my other blog, Eye on the IRS.
UPDATE, March 25, 2010, 11 p.m. CDT: The House cleared the final health care reform hurdle tonight by passing a reconciliation bill by a 220-207 vote. The amendment bill, which included the fixes made to the Senate version of the health care bill, now heads Obama for his signature.
Representatives had to vote on the health care reconciliation bill again after Senate Parliamentarian Alan Frumin ruled against some parts of the bill dealing with Federal Pell Grants for low-income students.
- Tax provisions in the health care bill
- Bye-bye Bo-Tax. Hello, Tan Tax
- 2,074 pages + $849 billion = Senate health care bill
- The case for taxing health care benefits
- Annual health care choice time
- Health care bill gives IRS added power
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