Senate Republicans are rushing to pass the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill, and the plan is to do it without a Congressional Budget Office analysis or real hearings or debate. What do they like about this bill, other than the fact...Show More Summary
Cassidy-Graham-Heller is a real threat. The post below is an inventory of four separate analysis of the flow of funds between states under C-G-H in 2026 compared to current law as projected by the Congressional Budget Office. I am just collating and collecting the information. Center for Budget Policy and Priorities is a liberal think […]
Republicans are catching flak for trying to rush through the Graham-Cassidy bill before getting a score from the Congressional Budget Office. But really, what’s to learn? We already know that any bill that abolishes the individual mandate,...Show More Summary
Congressional Budget Office, An Analysis of Corporate Inversions (Sept. 18, 2017): U.S. multinational corporations—businesses incorporated and operating in the United States that also maintain operations in other countries—can use a variety of strategies to change how and where their income is taxed. One such strategy is a corporate inversion, which...
Senate Republicans are preparing to vote on their last-gasp Affordable Care Act repeal bill without estimates from the Congressional Budget Office of its effects on the deficit, health insurance coverage, or premiums. So someone else has to step in to inform the senators of the measure’s grim consequences....
The Latest on congressional health care legislation (all times local): 3:45 p.m. The Congressional Budget Office says it won't be able to provide crucial projections about the impact of the … Click to Continue »
As Senate Republicans push their latest Obamacare repeal bill toward a quick vote, congressional Democrats are asking the Congressional Budget Office to offer the public “a full understanding of the impact this legislation would have on hard-working families.” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, joined by Rep. Show More Summary
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are pushing for a fast analysis of Republicans' latest attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. In a letter to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) on Monday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer...Show More Summary
There isn't a Congressional Budget Office score that tells us how much the latest Trumpcare bill the Senate is flirting with will cut from Medicaid, but earlier estimates peg the cuts at $180 billion over ten years, increasing rapidly...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic leaders in Congress on Monday called for the Congressional Budget Office to conduct a full analysis of Republicans' latest healthcare bill aimed at repealing and replacing Obamacare, not just a slimmer budgetary analysis.
Campaign Action The Congressional Budget Office has a new report on federal subsidies of health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, and it's not good news for people with Obamacare. Or tax payers. Or Republicans. The CBO plainly...Show More Summary
Throughout Republicans’ doomed push to replace Obamacare, two words struck fear into their hearts: “CBO score.” No matter how much momentum the GOP built up for an updated bill, the Congressional Budget Office would project tens of millions of newly uninsured people and skyrocketing health-care costs, and Republicans would be on the defensive again. Democrats would express […]
A senior U.S. Navy officer told a congressional oversight panel Thursday that the hectic pace of military operations and a constrained military budget don't excuse two warship accidents in the … Click to Continue »
The Congressional Budget Office's review of potential Trump sabotage presented less dire news than Trump has been counting on should he decide to halt cost-sharing reduction payments to insurance companies on the Affordable Care ActShow More Summary
The expansion of Medicaid and insurance subsidies through the ACA meant 20.4 million more people had health insurance in 2016 than in 2010. According to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office, somewhere just north of 20 million...Show More Summary
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office also estimated that cutting off the payments would add $194 billion to federal deficits over a decade. Continue reading ? The post Individual health policies will have higher premiums if Trump halts ‘Obamacare’ subsidies, report says appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has run the numbers on President Trump’s threat to end ObamaCare payments. Premiums could rise by 20 percent as a result.
The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office released a report on Tuesday evaluating the potential impact of the Trump administration making good on a repeated threat to cut off Obamacare's cost-sharing reduction (CSR) payments to insurers. Show More Summary
Members of Trump's diversity council call for Steve Bannon to resign following events in Charlottesville. The Congressional Budget Office warns that premiums could rise by 20 percent if Trump follows through on his threat to cut subsidies. Show More Summary
A new Congressional Budget Office report finds “premiums for the most popular health insurance plans would shoot up 20 percent next year, and federal budget deficits would increase by $194 billion in the coming decade if President Trump carries out [...]