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Earlier today, the Senate, as expected, voted down the House proposal that would have included a one-year delay of Obamacare and repeal of the medical device tax as part of the continuing resolution to keep the government open. There’s now another gambit in the works, per Politico:
House Republicans are moving toward putting a bill on the floor that would delay the individual mandate and cancel health-insurance subsidies for members of Congress, the president and administration appointees, according to multiple sources. That bill would be part of a government funding measure to which the Senate would have to agree. The Senate just rejected the House’s last move this weekend to delay Obamacare and repeal the medical device tax as part of a government funding bill.