The Senate on Thursday approved a pair of amendments aimed at improving transparency on health insurance. 
Scott said ahead of the vote that his amendment would "make sure that insurance companies increase the transparency on the actual cost of the health insurance tax on monthly premiums." 
It creates a deficit-neutral reserve fund to increase awareness during health insurance billings of any ACA tax included in monthly premiums.  
Sen. Patty MurrayPatricia (Patty) Lynn MurrayUnder pressure, Democrats cut back spending Overnight Health Care — Presented by Carequest — Colin Powell's death highlights risks for immunocompromised Senate Democrats ditch Hyde amendment for first time in decades MORE (D-Wash.) urged her colleagues to vote no on the amendment, saying it would mean "patients and families get skewed, incomplete information about their health care costs." 
Senators also passed an amendment, from Democratic Sens. Ron WydenRonald (Ron) Lee WydenOn The Money — Democrats craft billionaire tax with deal in reach Senators weigh future of methane fee in spending bill Senate negotiators homing in on proposal to tax billionaires MORE (Ore.) and Murray, that requires insurers to explain benefits under the Affordable Care Act. 
"Many of the Affordable Care Act's greatest successes are getting lost in the noise of political attack adds," Wyden said ahead of the voice vote. "This amendment would require insurers to disclose all of the benefits afforded to consumers through the Affordable Care Act."