On Tuesday, the House Energy and Commerce Committee is expected to begin the process of defunding Planned Parenthood for one year and repealing the Prevention and Public Health Fund that was created by the ACA. Community health centers would receive approximately $235 million of the savings from stopping federal funding for Planned Parenthood. The House Ways and Means Committee and Education and the Workforce Committee are also expected to vote to repeal key features of the ACA, including provisions requiring individuals and employers to purchase or provide health insurance and some of the tax provisions that help pay for the law. Once the Budget Committee receives the recommendations from each of the committees, it will draft a bill for the full House to consider. President Obama is highly unlikely to sign any legislation repealing key features of the ACA.