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CBO finding will put Republicans in a bind: What do they hate more, Obamacare or deficits?

At the request of House Democrats, the Congressional Budget Office has released its analysis of the costs of Trump's Obamacare sabotage. Specifically, it analyzes what will probably happen if the Trump administration stops paying cost-sharing reduction payments to health insurers. Those are the repayments insurers get for subsidizing the deductibles, copayments, and other means of cost sharing to some of the people who purchase plans, as required by the law.
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