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May 4, 2011

House Votes - H.R. 1213: Health Exchanges Repeal

H.Res. 236: Providing for consideration of H.R. 1213 and H.R. 1214

On Ordering the Previous Question
Passed by 49 votes: 234-185, 13 not voting

On Passage
Passed by 52 votes: 237-185, 10 not voting

H.R. 1214 Votes

H.R. 1213: To repeal mandatory funding provided to States in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to establish American Health Benefit Exchanges.


H.Amdt. 260 by Rep. Jackson-Lee [D-TX18]
An amendment numbered 1 printed in House Report 112-70 to require the Secretary of Health and Human Services to post notice of rescission of funds and the amount rescinded on the public website of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Failed by 63 votes: 177-239, 16 not voting

H.Amdt. 261 by Rep. Waters [D-CA35]
An amendment numbered 2 printed in House Report 112-70 to require, within 6 months after enactment, the Secretary of Health and Human Services to submit to Congress a report on the extent to which states are expected to have difficulties establishing Health Benefit Exchanges without the federal assistance repealed and rescinded under this bill.
Failed by 65 votes: 178-242, 12 not voting

H.Amdt. 262 by Rep. Ellison [D-MN5]
An amendment numbered 3 printed in House Report 112-70 to require the Secretary of Health and Human Services to submit to Congress a report on the impact of H.R. 1213 on the possible delays and potential enrollment reductions to Health Benefit Exchanges.
Failed by 63 votes: 180-242, 10 not voting

On Motion to Recommit with Instructions
Failed by 44 votes: 190-233, 9 not voting

On Passage
Passed by 55 votes: 238-183, 11 not voting

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