AHA Letter in Support a Provision of the Economic Mobility Act of 2019

AHA letter to Representative Richard Neal expressing strong support of a provision of  legislation, H.R. 3300, the Economic Mobility Act of 2019. Section 401 of the bill would repeal the inclusion of qualified transportation, parking and other fringe benefits expenses in unrelated business taxation income (UBTI), an important step in relieving hospitals of a costly and administratively burdensome tax.

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