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112th Congress HR 2 – Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act


H. R. 2:

                                 A BILL AN ACT

   To repeal the job-killing health care law and health care-related
provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.
   Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
    This Act may be cited as the ``Repealing the Job-Killing Health
Care Law Act''.
SEC. 2. REPEAL OF THE JOB-KILLING HEALTH CARE LAW AND HEALTH CARE-
              RELATED PROVISIONS IN THE HEALTH CARE AND EDUCATION
              RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2010.
    (a) Job-Killing Health Care Law.--Effective as of the enactment of
Public Law 111-148, such Act is repealed, and the provisions of law
amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act
had not been enacted.
    (b) Health Care-Related Provisions in the Health Care and Education
Reconciliation Act of 2010.--Effective as of the enactment of the
Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (Public Law 111-
152), title I and subtitle B of title II of such Act are repealed, and
the provisions of law amended or repealed by such title or subtitle,
respectively, are restored or revived as if such title and subtitle had
not been enacted.

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SEC. 3. BUDGETARY EFFECTS OF THIS ACT.

    The budgetary effects of this Act, for the purpose of complying 
with the Statutory Pay-As-You-Go Act of 2010, shall be determined by 
reference to the latest statement titled ``Budgetary Effects of PAYGO 
Legislation'' for this Act, submitted for printing in the Congressional 
Record by the Chairman of the Committee on the Budget of the House of 
Representatives, as long as such statement has been submitted prior to 
the vote on passage of this Act.

            Passed the House of Representatives January 19, 2011.

            Attest:

                                                                 Clerk.
112th CONGRESS

  1st Session

                                H. R. 2

_______________________________________________________________________

                                 AN ACT

   To repeal the job-killing health care law and health care-related 
provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.

This has got to be one of the most childish pieces of legislation I have ever seen. The title alone is antagonistically pejorative. It lacks the usual preamble of reasons and justifications, especially for legislation this far-reaching.

Most importantly, it lacks any sign of concern for, or even awareness of, the consequences of implementing this bill as a law. A responsible bill would have analyzed the portions of the law it seeks to repeal and provided instructions on how to unwind them.

I wonder where they got the idea that they could make a law retroactive?

In short, nobody did their homework, or due diligence, on this one.

The very low quality of work on this bill clearly indicates that it is a deeply partisan message, and was never approached as serious legislation or work in support of the people’s business.

There are not yet I have not yet seen any corresponding Senate bills online.

Here is the list of incompetents responsible for this embarrassingly irresponsible piece of legislation:

In the House of Representatives:

  1. Mr. Cantor
  2. Mr. Camp
  3. Mr. Kline
  4. Mr. Upton
  5. Mr. Smith of Texas
  6. Mr. Ryan of Wisconsin
  7. Mr. Graves of Missouri
  8. Mr. McCarthy of California
  9. Mr. Roskam
  10. Mr. Hensarling
  11. Mr. Sessions
  12. Mr. Price of Georgia
  13. Mrs. McMorris Rodgers
  14. Mr. Carter
  15. Mr. Walden
  16. Mr. Dreier
  17. Mrs. Adams
  18. Mr. Aderholt
  19. Mr. Akin
  20. Mr. Amash
  21. Mrs. Bachmann
  22. Mr. Bachus
  23. Mr. Bartlett
  24. Mr. Barton of Texas
  25. Mr. Benishek
  26. Mr. Berg
  27. Mrs. Biggert
  28. Mr. Bilirakis
  29. Mr. Bishop of Utah
  30. Mrs. Black
  31. Mrs. Blackburn
  32. Mr. Bonner
  33. Mrs. Bono Mack
  34. Mr. Boustany
  35. Mr. Brady of Texas
  36. Mr. Buchanan
  37. Mr. Bucshon
  38. Mr. Burgess
  39. Mr. Burton of Indiana
  40. Mr. Calvert
  41. Mr. Campbell
  42. Mr. Chaffetz
  43. Mr. Coble
  44. Mr. Coffman of Colorado
  45. Mr. Cole
  46. Mr. Cravaack
  47. Mr. Culberson
  48. Mr. Davis of Kentucky
  49. Mr. Denham
  50. Mr. Dent
  51. Mr. Diaz-Balart
  52. Mr. Duncan of Tennessee
  53. Mrs. Ellmers
  54. Mrs. Emerson
  55. Mr. Farenthold
  56. Mr. Flake
  57. Mr. Fleischmann
  58. Mr. Flores
  59. Mr. Gallegly
  60. Mr. Gardner
  61. Mr. Garrett
  62. Mr. Gibbs
  63. Mr. Gingrey of Georgia
  64. Mr. Goodlatte
  65. Ms. Granger
  66. Mr. Graves of Georgia
  67. Mr. Griffith of Virginia
  68. Mr. Grimm
  69. Mr. Guthrie
  70. Mr. Harper
  71. Mr. Hastings of Washington
  72. Mr. Heller
  73. Mr. Herger
  74. Mr. Huelskamp
  75. Mr. Huizenga of Michigan
  76. Mr. Hurt
  77. Ms. Jenkins
  78. Mr. Johnson of Ohio
  79. Mr. Sam Johnson of Texas
  80. Mr. Johnson of Illinois
  81. Mr. Jones
  82. Mr. King of Iowa
  83. Mr. Kinzinger of Illinois
  84. Mr. Labrador
  85. Mr. Lamborn
  86. Mr. Lance
  87. Mr. Landry
  88. Mr. Lankford
  89. Mr. LaTourette
  90. Mr. Latta
  91. Mr. Lee of New York
  92. Mr. Lewis of California
  93. Mr. LoBiondo
  94. Mr. Lucas
  95. Mr. Luetkemeyer
  96. Mrs. Lummis
  97. Mr. Mack
  98. Mr. Marchant
  99. Mr. Marino
  100. Mr. McKeon
  101. Mrs. Miller of Michigan
  102. Mr. Gary G. Miller of California
  103. Mr. Miller of Florida
  104. Mrs. Myrick
  105. Mr. Nugent
  106. Mr. Nunnelee
  107. Mr. Olson
  108. Mr. Palazzo
  109. Mr. Paul
  110. Mr. Pearce
  111. Mr. Pence
  112. Mr. Petri
  113. Mr. Pitts
  114. Mr. Platts
  115. Mr. Poe of Texas
  116. Mr. Pompeo
  117. Mr. Posey
  118. Mr. Rehberg
  119. Mr. Renacci
  120. Mr. Rivera
  121. Mr. Rogers of Kentucky
  122. Mr. Rogers of Alabama
  123. Mr. Rogers of Michigan
  124. Ms. Ros-Lehtinen
  125. Mr. Ross of Florida
  126. Mr. Royce
  127. Mr. Scalise
  128. Mrs. Schmidt
  129. Mr. Austin Scott of Georgia
  130. Mr. Scott of South Carolina
  131. Mr. Shuster
  132. Mr. Simpson
  133. Mr. Stearns
  134. Mr. Sullivan
  135. Mr. Terry
  136. Mr. Thornberry
  137. Mr. Tiberi
  138. Mr. Turner
  139. Mr. Walberg
  140. Mr. West
  141. Mr. Westmoreland
  142. Mr. Whitfield
  143. Mr. Wilson of South Carolina
  144. Mr. Woodall
  145. Mr. Conaway
  146. Mr. Smith of Nebraska
  147. Mr. Frelinghuysen
  148. Mr. Gohmert
  149. Mr. Issa
  150. Mr. Mulvaney
  151. Ms. Hayworth
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January 25, 2011 - Posted by | Government, Health Care, Legislation, Strangelove | , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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