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Official Title as Introduced

A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide a tax credit of $250 to an individual for expenditures for health insurance premiums.

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08/05/1976Introduced in House

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08/05/1976Referred to House Committee on Ways and Means.
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08/05/1976Introduced in House
Action By: House of Representatives

Cosponsors (15)

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Rep. Fish, Hamilton, Jr. [R-NY-25]
Rep. Lehman, William [D-FL-13]
Rep. Daniel, W. C. (Dan) [D-VA-5]
Rep. Nix, Robert N. C. [D-PA-2]
Rep. Andrews, Mark [R-ND-At Large]
Rep. Roe, Robert A. [D-NJ-8]
Rep. Badillo, Herman [D-NY-21]
Rep. Harrington, Michael J. [D-MA-6]
Rep. Helstoski, Henry [D-NJ-9]

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House Ways and Means08/05/1976 Referred to

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Introduced in House (08/05/1976)

Amends the Internal Revenue Code to allow individuals a tax credit equal to one half the amount paid for health insurance premiums up to a maximum credit of $250.