Health care repeal would widen deficit by $109 billion, says CBO

Repealing the health care law passed in 2010 and upheld by the Supreme Court in June would increase the federal deficit by $109 billion over ten years, a new Congressional Budget Office analysis estimates. The CBO on Tuesday rated the health care repeal bill passed by the House earlier this month and found that "the direct spending and revenue effects of enacting that legislation would cause a net increase in federal budget deficits of $109 billion over the 2013—2022 period."...Full Story
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