The U.S. House Thursday passed the bill eliminating the 1099 tax reporting requirement from the health care overhaul law. The vote was 314 to 112. The House bill pays for the change differently than a similar measure passed earlier by the Senate. So, unless the Senate accepts the House version, both bills are headed to a conference committee. Many are happy with the change, either way. They just want to see it happen. Earlier former Secretary of Agriculture and now Senator Mike Johanns said – small-business owners, farmers and church leaders don’t care whose name is on the bill, in which house it originated, or which spending offsets are used.