IPAB Repeal Bill On Way To House Vote
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
A bill to repeal provisions creating the Independent Payment Advisory Board clears two House panels. CBO says repeal could increase federal spending by $3.1 billion over 10 years but adds caveat that the actual impact is “extremely uncertain.”
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