By: Manuel Quinones
House Republicans say the IRS will hire more than 16,000 new
employees to enforce the so-called healthcare individual mandates
requiring people to buy coverage.
Republicans also say the new healthcare bill will require
10-billion dollars to pay for new auditors, agents and employees at
Herger says it's another reason to oppose the
HERGER: "One-sixth of our entire
economy to be taken over by Washington… by the federal government,
with the IRS implementing this, enforcing it I should say is just
one more outrage among many many outrages."
Democrats say their overhaul plan will reduce health care
costs over time - by making the size of the insurance pool larger.
The House is expected to take a final vote on the plan Sunday
with no Republican support.
This story was produced by Capitol News Connection.