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ⓘ Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014




Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014
                                     

ⓘ Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014

The Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014 is a law used to resolve both the United States federal government shutdown of 2013 and the United States debt-ceiling crisis of 2013. After the Republican-led House of Representatives could not agree on an originating resolution to end the government crisis, as had been agreed, the Democratic-led Senate used bill H.R. 2775 to resolve the impasse and to satisfy the Origination Clause requirement of Article One of the United States Constitution, which requires that revenue bills must originate in the House of Representatives. Traditionally, appropriation bills also originate in the House of Representatives.

The original bill, H. R. 2775 was introduced by the chamber of representatives on 22 July 2013, as no subsidies without verification act. She tried to declare that no premium tax credits or cost reduction for the purchase of qualified health benefit plans the patient protection and affordable care act PPACA, often informally known as "Obamacare" is allowed to the Minister of health and human services HHS certifies to Congress that there is a program, in accordance with the requirements of the PPACA that verification of income and coverage requirements of individuals applying for such credits and cost allocation reduction. The bill was approved in the house on 12 September 2013.

16 Oct 2013 the Senate amended the bill, renaming it continued appropriations, 2014, adding a continuing resolution to Fund the government until 15 January 2014 and suspend the U.S. debt ceiling until 7 February 2014, in addition to other issues, while maintaining homes original PPACA verification provisions. The Senate passed the bill that evening, 81-18 vote. The house also passed it the same day with a difference 285-144, and President Barack Obama signed the bill shortly after midnight on October 17.

                                     
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