There’s broad, bipartisan support in Congress to provide relief from the Health Insurance Tax.
Senators Pat Toomey (R-PA) and Mike Crapo (R-ID) introduced the Permanent Relief for Seniors and Medicare, Medicaid, Human Services Extension Act of 2019, including a two-year delay of the Health Insurance Tax for 2021 and 2022.
A bipartisan group of House Freshmen called on Speaker Pelosi and Minority Leader McCarthy to extend the moratorium on the Health Insurance Tax for 2020 and beyond.
Stop The HIT champions requested House and Senate leadership provide relief from the costly Health Insurance Tax before it goes into effect on January 1, 2020.
Stop The HIT Coalition members urged Congressional leadership to build on the bipartisan work of our champions to take action on the HIT now, before it returns and further drives up the cost of health care for small businesses, hardworking families and seniors.
Small businesses and hardworking families are counting on Congress to fulfill their promise to address rising health care costs. Suspending the Health Insurance Tax is a critical step toward providing relief to 142 million small business employees and their families.