House lawmakers voted 234-179 to pass legislation that would expand the Affordable Care Act several days after the Trump administration filed a legal brief asking the Supreme Court to strike down the health care law. The bill, which is not expected to advance in the Republican-controlled Senate, would expand eligibility for health insurance subsidies, increase federal funding for Medicaid expansion and permit HHS to negotiate lower drug prices to fund the changes, among other provisions.
House approves ACA expansion bill
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