By
Joseph Pennisi
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May 24, 2017

Statement on American Health Care Act's CBO Score

According to the estimate just released by the Congressional Budget Office on the latest version of the American Health Care Act, 23 million people would lose health care coverage by 2026 — with 14 million losing coverage in the first year — while high-income earners would enjoy hundreds of billions of dollars in tax cuts. A terrible piece of legislation remains terrible. As the U.S. Senate considers a health care bill, they must reject any legislation that reduces coverage, eliminates expansion or cuts and caps Medicaid.

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