Millions In Funding For Gun Violence Research Rejected By Republican Appropriators

Politico Pro: 4 HSA Expansion Bills Clear Ways And Means

The legislation that advanced mostly on party-line votes includes a bill, H.R. 6301 (115), written to permit wider HSA use by those who hold high-deductible health plans. It would allow insurers to offer coverage for low-cost services for chronic disease management, such as diabetes testing strips, below the deductible, for example. They also cleared another bill, H.R. 6317 (115), that would let HSA account holders use them on direct primary care services, as well as legislation, H.R. 6305 (115), to permit HSA use for employment-related services like onsite clinics and allow eligible individuals to make HSA contributions if a spouse has a flexible spending account. (Lorenzo, 7/11)

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