White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus asserted on Sunday that President Barack Obama’s health care reform law is “imploding and exploding” — even though the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has said otherwise. Fox News host Chris Wallace noted in an interview with...
WASHINGTON — In the second round of bad news for the revised GOP health care bill, the Congressional Budget Office reported Thursday that the faltering legislation would still leave 14 million people without health insurance next year and 24 million without coverage in 2026 — the same as the original bill. While the legislation wouldn’t [...]Show More Summary
Well, the Congressional Budget Office didn’t give a stellar rating to the initial GOP health care bill. Now, with the new changes to the...
House Republicans' revised plan to overhaul the Affordable Care Act would reduce the deficit by half as much as their original plan, according to a new analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. But the legislation, which GOP leaders are scrambling to advance, would still double the...
As Republicans struggle to find the votes to repeal Obamacare and strip insurance from millions of Americans, a revised Congressional Budget Office estimate of just how terrible the bill has squeaked through. As a result of the changes...Show More Summary
I’m sure the rush to get a vote on TrumpCare was not intended to beat the release of the CBO estimate. (Here’s the March 13 report for comparison.) Dear Mr. Speaker: At your request, the Congressional Budget Office and the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) have prepared an estimate of the direct […]
The revised Congressional Budget Office report on the republican's so-called "repeal and replace" legislation has been released. This is the new estimate based on... The post WORSER: New CBO Report on Amended AHCA Released (After Vote was Delayed) appeared first on RedState.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office released its revised estimate for the Republican healthcare bill on Thursday, and it could put House GOP leaders on even worse footing than the office's original assessment. The report from...Show More Summary
The score by the Congressional Budget Office projects federal deficits would be lowered by $150 billion over 10 years but still projects that 24 million more Americans would be uninsured by 2026 than under the Affordable Care Act. The analysis comes as House Republicans continue making changes to try to line up enough votes to […]
With the GOP’s new health care bill limping into Thursday’s vote in the House especially after the brutal Congressional Budget Office report, the media are taking every chance to give it one more kick. But during Tuesday’s CNN Tonight, commentator David Gergen claimed that the CBO had put out an even more damaging report. Show More Summary
BY KIP SULLIVAN Eight years ago it was Democrats who were criticizing the Congressional Budget Office. Now it’s Republicans who are bashing the CBO for estimating that 14 million Americans will lose their health insurance next year if the House Republicans’ “repeal and replace” bill becomes law. The media and the blogosphere have done a
The Congressional Budget Office’s estimate of how the American Health Care Act will impact the economy and our insurance markets is simply absurd. This post The CBO Needs to Go appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
While the Congressional Budget Office’s projections on the GOP Obamacare replacement bill have rattled the ranks of the moderate Republican...
House Speaker Paul Ryan has just experienced two weeks from hell. On Monday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO), led by his hand-picked director, mauled Ryan’s so-called “replacement” for the Affordable Care Act. CBO forecast that over the next decade the “American Health Care Act” will cost 24 million Americans their insurance. Show More Summary
Among the 24 million people the Congressional Budget Office predicts could lose their health insurance under the House Trumpcare proposal are 7 million who currently have insurance provided by their employer. The CBO predicts that more...Show More Summary
by Barkley Rosser (originally from Econospeak) Trumpcare Saves Social Security By Killing People! Yes, there it is in black and white in footnote f on p. 33 of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) official report on the proposed American Health Care Act, aka Trumpcare. Between now and 2026 spending by the Social Security Administration is […]
SINCE MONDAY, the number has persisted like a nasty symptom. Yes, “24 million.” That’s the lingering stat from the CBO analysis. As The Washington Post reported this week, the Congressional Budget Office “predicts that 24 million fewer people would have coverage a decade from now than if the Affordable Care Act remains intact.” Then there’s that […]
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report that landed Monday has damaged Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare. The report, by the government’s impartial legislative arbiter, delivered the bad news many Republicans were not anxious to hear: their proposal, the American Health Care Act, would raise the number of uninsured Americans by 24 million people during […]
The acronym CBO doesn’t just stand for “Congressional Budget Office.” As President Trump, Speaker Ryan and their GOP allies learned the hard way on Monday, CBO is also shorthand for “Conservative Bullshit Obliterator.” In a day of unrelenting...Show More Summary
Two days after the Congressional Budget Office released its report detailing just what a disaster Trumpcare would be, Republicans are still trying to regain their footing, and Democrats are emboldened. But it’s important not to mistake...Show More Summary