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(1987 to Present; Beginning 100th Congress)
- 100th Congress - 1987 and 1988
- P.L. 100-713 (HR5261), Indian Health Care Improvement Act
- P.L. 102-573 (S.2481), Indian Health Care Improvement Act
- 101st Congress - 1989 and 1990
- 102nd Congress - 1991 and 1992
- 103rd Congress - 1993 and 1994
- 104th Congress - 1995 and 1996
- PL 104-313 (HR3378) To amend the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to extend the demonstration program for direct billing of Medicare, Medicaid, and other third party payors.
- 105th Congress - 1997 and 1998
- 106th Congress - 1999 and 2000
- PL 106-417 (S.406) Alaska Native and American Indian Direct Reimbursement Act of 2000
- PL 106-568 (HR 5528), Omnibus Indian Advancement Act, section 815, extending IHCIA for one year (FY2001).
- 107th Congress - 2001 and 2002
- S.212 - A bill to amend the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to revise and extend such act. Sponsor: Campbell, R-Colo.
- S2711- A bill to reauthorize and improve programs relating to Native Americans. Sponsor: Inouye, D-Hawaii. Section 9003, FY2002 and FY2003 IHCIA reauthorization
- HR 1662 - A bill to improve the implementation of the federal responsibility for the care and education of Indian people by improving the services and facilities of federal Indian health programs and encouraging maximum participation of Indians in such programs, and for other purposes. Sponsor: Miller, D-Calif.
- 108th Congress - 2003 and 2004
- S 556 - A bill to amend the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to revise and extend that act. Sponsor: Campbell, R-Colo. referred to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs.
- HR 2440 - A bill to improve the implementation of the federal responsibility for the care and education of Indian people by improving the services and facilities of federal health programs for Indians and encouraging maximum participation of Indians in such programs, and for other purposes. Sponsor: Young, R-AK. Referred to the House Energy and Commerce, House Resources, and House Ways and Means Committees.
- 109th Congress - 2005 and 2006
- 110th Congress - 2007 - 2008
- 111th Congress - 2009-2010