Now that House Ways and Means Chairman David Camp (R-Mich.) has released his full tax reform bill we have more details on it.
As expected, the Senate yesterday approved a bill that will suspend the statutory debt limit until March 15, 2015. The measure passed 55 to 43 with two members not voting.
Yesterday the U.S. House of Representatives voted for a no-strings-attached suspension of the debt limit.
Late last year, after it became clear that millions of Americans would lose their existing coverage as a result of the ACA President Barack Obama issued an order that allowed Americans to keep their existing coverage for one year.
With the CBO’s Budget and Economic Outlook for 2014 to 2024 report released yesterday, jobs numbers coming out tomorrow and the end of the suspension of the debt limit approaching, it has been a busy week in Washington.