How to Get Healthcare in 2017
Health care companies will get a major boost in 2017 from the president’s signature health care law, the National Review reports.
The new law, which will cover all Americans by 2024, will provide an additional $8.6 trillion in tax relief, and it also includes a $1 trillion boost for research and development, according to the magazine.
The National Review also reported that the president is poised to sign a tax reform package, which is expected to increase the deficit by $1.5 trillion over the next 10 years.
The President and Congress will soon have a chance to pass a budget that would provide relief from the ACA.
In February, the Senate passed a $2 trillion budget that was backed by the White House.
As for the GOP, its goal is to get the GOP’s tax plan passed and then send it to President Trump for his signature.
“I think that if we had this tax reform, and if we were in the middle of that, and I don’t know if it’s a foregone conclusion, but if we did pass that tax reform and passed that tax relief package, then we would get a massive boost in tax revenues,” Sen. Orrin Hatch Orrin Grant HatchTrump nominates Scott Pruitt to lead EPA Orrin Stewart Pruitt to replace Scott Pruitt as EPA administrator MORE (R-Utah) told Politico on Friday.
Hatch said he’s optimistic that the Senate will pass a tax bill and send it back to the White Houses desk.
“[Trump] has told us he’s going to sign the tax bill.
And I think that would be good, because that would give us a huge boost in revenues, I think,” Hatch said.
“I think if we do pass the tax reform legislation, and we have the same kind of tax relief that the President’s been offering in terms of a $4 trillion tax cut, we would have a huge, massive boost.”
“The President would sign that tax bill, and then we can all go back to doing business.”