Almost immediately after it became apparent to budget decision makers in the Office of Science that there was no longer a Congressional protector for the LDRRP, they determined they had better uses for the $20-$25 million/year being invested in the program.
The Government Printing Office is perhaps the largest publisher of reading materials that nobody is ever likely to read, featuring arcane tomes like the Congressional Record and hardcopies of the 2,000-page Federal Budget. The hardcopy...Show More Summary
Avik Roy and Charles Blahous both write about the CBO’s new report on the effects of the partial repeal of Obamacare that Republicans are contemplating. Both of them point out that CBO may well be overestimating how effective Obamacare’s...Show More Summary
Repealing Obamacare without a replacement would result in higher costs for consumers and fewer people with insurance coverage, according to a report Tuesday from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. In the first year, insurance premiums would jump by 20% to 25% for individual policies purchased...
The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office found that, without the federal mandate and subsidies, the number of people who will lose their health insurance could grow to 32 million over 10 years.
WASHINGTON ? President Barack Obama ’s top health official predicted Tuesday that Republicans will back off from repealing the Affordable Care Act as more people realize what the consequences would be. The Congressional Budget Office became the latest independent entity to spell out those consequences in a report issued Tuesday. Show More Summary
Republicans still don't have an official plan to replace Obamacare. You know that already. What you may not realize, though, is that they don't have a plan to fully repeal Obamacare, either. Because the GOP only controls 52 seats inShow More Summary
“It is a left-wing, corrupt, bureaucratic defender of big government and liberalism.”
As Rich notes below, the Congressional Budget Office just released a report estimating that if Republicans pass a carbon copy of their January 2016 bill to partially repeal Obamacare, 18 million fewer people would have health insurance in 2018, and 32 million fewer in 2026. Show More Summary
The Congressional Budget Office, Congress's official 'scoring' body, has produced a report on Obamacare repeal and says it will result in 32 million Americans losing their health insurance by 2026. 32 million! Rates would go up 20-25 percent in the first year and then double again by 2026.
The Congressional Budget Office put out a report today on the costs associated with repeal of Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act, or ACA). The analysis looks at repeal without replacement, which Republicans have figured out is a nonstarter. Nevertheless, the CBO provides a road map for Republicans if they want to claim honestly that they […]
The Congressional Budget Office has evaluated the Obamacare repeal passed by Congress last year to determine what would happen if the same bill was used again. The aim was to predict "the changes in coverage or premiums that would result...Show More Summary
A few days ago Newt Gingrich wrote a jeremiad against the Congressional Budget Office, which acts as the official scorekeeper for the effect of legislation. It was obsolete, corrupt, left-wing, etc. etc. and simply didn't know how to...Show More Summary
What happens if the Republican Party goes through with its plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act without enacting any kind of replacement bill? According to the Congressional Budget Office, the Republican-backed Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act of 2015 — which...
The Congressional Budget Office just issued a report on the likely effects of a Republican effort to repeal Obamacare immediately but keep some elements of the coverage expansion in place for two years. The numbers are staggering and...Show More Summary
The Congressional Budget Office -- a non-partisan agency that provides budget and economic information to Congress -- has put together a report detailing what will happen if the Affordable Care Act is repealed. It is terrifying. Here are the bullet...
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the nonpartisan office within the legislature that provides research on the impact of possible policies, said in a report on Tuesday that the partial repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), better...Show More Summary
If a law similar to one passed by Republicans last year is enacted, the Congressional Budget Office says 32 million people would lose insurance and premiums would double in 10 years.
An estimated 18 million people would lose insurance coverage under the Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, a report released Tuesday by the Congressional Budget Office found. It also … Click to Continue »
Recognizing the importance of the Wollman Rink example and insisting on replacing the Congressional Budget Office would be a bold step in the right direction for Congressional Republicans This post The Wollman Rink vs. the Congressional Budget Office appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.