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House moves to repeal IRS clause in Obamacare
San Francisco Examiner

The House Thursday voted overwhelmingly to repeal a new Internal Revenue Service reporting requirement included in the health care reform law that both parties and President Obama have determined would be a hindrance to small businesses. The bill passed 314-112, with 76 Democrats and every Republican voting for the measure, but it may still be months before it is officially repealed as lawmakers wrangle over how to pay for it.