CBO estimates 22 million would lose insurance in a decade under GOP health care bill

Congressional Budget Office estimates 22 million would lose insurance in decade.

The office also estimated that 22 million fewer people would be insured 10 years from now under the latest plan than would be insured under current law.

Even before the score was posted on Thursday, Democrats mocked Republicans for having "a new plan every day."

"We have now the plan of the day that's put in front of us," Rep. Richard Neal, the ranking Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee, said today. "I don't know how CBO has time to do anything else but score plans on a daily basis."

On Wednesday the CBO projected that the GOP's repeal-only measure would cut the deficit by $473 billion over 10 years but would result in 17 million more uninsured Americans in 2018, rising to 32 million by 2026.