The president last night signed a continuing resolution funding the federal government through Feb. 8 and the Children’s Health Insurance Program for six years after the House and Senate approved the measure. The bill also delays the Affordable Care Act’s medical device tax and so-called Cadillac tax on high-cost health insurance plans for two years, and its tax on health insurance providers for one year, among other provisions. 

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