The House voted this week to reverse three more provisions of the president's health care law and give Americans greater flexibility when utilizing health savings accounts.
The Obama administration's 2010 health law institutes a new 2.3 percent excise tax on medical device manufacturers. According to workforce reports, 80 percent of medical device manufacturers employ less than 20 workers.
The president's act also restricts tax-free purchases from flexible spending arrangements, health reimbursement arrangements and similar types of health accounts for over-the-counter medicines without a prescription from a physician.
The "Health Care Cost Reduction Act of 2012" overturns these policies and allows Americans with flexible spending plans to cash out up to $500 at the end of the year rather than lose the unspent dollars.
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