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WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives on Thursday sliced a little bit out of the big health care law, with Democrats joining Republicans in the bid to ease business burdens.

Amid some partisan and interpersonal flare-ups, the House voted 314-112 to repeal an expanded tax-reporting requirement imposed to help fund the health care law last year. The provision primarily affects small businesses.

"The purpose of our bill is to help employers do what they do best," said Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Gold River, "Plain and simple, they create jobs."

The bill removes the requirement that businesses file so-called 1099 forms. 
Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/03/04/3448200/house-repeals-small-piece-of-health.html#ixzz1FeZsKSBa


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