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Rep. Richard Neal, D-Mass. (Photo: Neal) House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal, D-Mass., says the proposals are part of an effort to increase Americans’ sense of financial security in a time of overwhelming uncertainty. (Photo: Neal)

House committees have approved temporary health coverage subsidy provisions that could briefly increase the number of relatively high-income people with private health coverage by 5.3 million.

The provisions could also increase health insurers’ and employer-sponsored plans’ revenue by about $52 billion, or by about $10,000 per additional coverage enrollee.

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