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ROLLED IT OUT AS OPPOSED TO THE WAY THE COUNTRY GOT ROLLED OUT, OR ROLLED. >> AS YOU KNOW, THEY RAMMED IT THROUGH CONGRESS , THROUGH RECONCILIATION . WE VOTED ON IT 198-2. WE WORKED TOGETHER TO GET IT DONE. WHEN WE ROLLED IT OUT, WE ROLLED IT OUT INCREMENTALLY
by the hole. Minority a great project that we're gonna run out of time didn't didn't health care house on reconciliation by 51 votes. Health care about sixty votes. I thought I thought that was it when it finally came back it went and
the hole. Minority and we went right I got we're gonna run out of time didn't didn't health care house on reconciliation by 51 votes. Health care got sixty votes. I thought I thought that was when it finally came back it went and wells
are able to pass even with a Republican controlled house and senate. with Republican control. We are able to use reconciliation . On the health care law. To roll back all of the things that the president forced through through reconciliation. have significant it
big incentive for some folks to take the plunge. Here’s why: in order to pay for expanded health benefits, the “ Health Care and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act of 2010” imposes a surtax- an additional tax- of 3.8% on income from investments. This kicks in once
500 workers to "collect, examine and audit new tax information mandated on families and small businesses in the ( health care ) ' reconciliation ' bill." Mark Steyn writes: This will be the biggest expansion of the IRS since World War II - and that's change