Congressional Actions Interfering with the Affordable Care Act

Justin McBride (Editor)

Series: Health Care in Transition
BISAC: LAW046000



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Congress remains deeply divided over implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), the health reform law enacted in March 2010. Since the ACA’s enactment, lawmakers opposed to specific provisions in the ACA or the entire law have repeatedly debated its implementation and considered bills to repeal, defund, delay, or otherwise amend the law. This book summarizes legislative actions taken to repeal, defund, delay, or otherwise amend the ACA since it was enacted; the ACA-related language added to annual appropriations legislation by congressional appropriators since the ACA was signed into law; and all the mandatory appropriations and Medicare trust fund transfers in the ACA and provides details on the status of obligation of these funds. (Imprint: Novinka)


Chapter 1. Legislative Actions to Repeal, Defund, or Delay the Affordable Care Act
C. Stephen Redhead and Janet Kinzer

Chapter 2. Use of the Annual Appropriations Process to Block Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (FY2011-FY2016)
C. Stephen Redhead and Ada S. Cornell

Chapter 3. Appropriations and Fund Transfers in the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
C. Stephen Redhead

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