Flag of history of the affordable care act pdf United States. It never became law as originally drafted.
Known as the “House bill”, HR 3962 was the House of Representatives’ chief legislative proposal during the health reform debate. Senate version, passed December 24. The following table compares the two versions. Affordable is based on percentage of 9. The bill was introduced on October 29, 2009 and passed on November 7, during the 1st Session of the 111th Congress.
Newt Gingrich, Orin Hatch and Charles Grassley in 1993. House voting map for H. 3962 where green indicates a ‘Yes’ and red a ‘No’. The Affordable Health Care for America Act, H. 3962, was introduced in the House of Representatives on October 29, 2009, and referred to several Committees for consideration. On November 6, 2009, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce was discharged.
Part C as well as the Boehner Amendment, a substitute for the bill, in Part D. The House Resolution outlined the process to be followed for Parts A through D in relation to H. 3962 and set the rules for debating the proposed bill. The following day, House Resolution 903 was voted on and passed. This, in effect, added the amendments outlined in Rules Committee Report No. Pitts Amendment, was brought up, considered and passed. Part D, the Boehner Substitute Amendment, was then brought up, considered but failed passage.
The newly amended bill eventually passed the House of Representatives at 11:19 PM EST on Saturday, November 7, 2009, by a vote of 220-215. 218 votes had already been cast. Thirty-nine Democrats voted against the bill. All members of the House voted, and none voted “present”.