The House Ways and Means Committee today started its budget reconciliation markup of the Build Back Better Act, which will consider a number of health care provisions, including workforce issues; extending the expanded Affordable Care Act Marketplace premium tax credits from this year’s COVID-19 legislation; and expanded Medicare benefits for dental, vision and hearing. The committee considered paid family and medical leave policies today and the markup is expected to continue tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday.
 

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