Full Committee

April 9, 2019
H.R. 1010, To provide that the rule entitled "Short-Term, Limited Duration Insurance" shall have no force or effect.

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H.R. 1010

 

#1

Mr. Roe

To codify the definition of short-term limited duration insurance to include a duration of 12 months that can be renewed or extended for up to 36 months.

ruled non-germane

#2

Mr. Johnson

To allow states to define short-term limited duration insurance.

defeated
19-25

1

#3

Mr. Walberg

To condition the implementation of H.R. 1010 on a study by the Secretaries of HHS, Labor, and Treasury to determine whether consumers are provided with adequate information on coverage exclusions and premium variations in marketing, application, and enrollment materials.

defeated
19-26

2

#4

Mr. Wright

To allow continued application of short-term limited duration insurance offered in a county if the average Exchange marketplace premium increased by more than 20 percent from the previous year.

defeated
19-26

3

#5

Mr. Timmons

To allow continued application of short-term limited duration insurance offered in a county if there are fewer than two issuers offering coverage on the Exchange.

defeated
19-26

4

Mtn

Ms. Underwood

Report H.R. 1010

adopted
26-19

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