by KAREN NARAG
Targeted News Service
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 -- Rep. Sam Johnson, R-Texas, has introduced legislation (H.R. 3095) to "freeze the implementation of the health reform law, to establish a commission to evaluate its impact on the delivery of health care to current Medicare recipients, job creation, current health insurance coverage, participation in State exchanges, and the Federal deficit."
The bill was introduced on Oct. 5.
The legislation was referred to the House Energy and Commerce, Ways and Means, Education and the Workforce, Natural Resources, Judiciary, House Administration, Appropriations, and Rules Committees.
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