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Former CBO Directors Confront Assaults on Agency

Roll Call: “All eight former directors of the Congressional Budget Office — Democrats and Republicans alike — sent a letter to Congress Friday protesting the ongoing attacks on the agency’s integrity and urging that Congress continue to rely on CBO [...]

Every former CBO director just called out the 'recent attacks on the integrity and professionalism of the agency'

Every single former director of the Congressional Budget Office signed onto a letter to Congress that called out some of the "recent attacks on the integrity and professionalism of the agency and on the agency’s role in the legislative...Show More Summary

CBO scores Trumpcare 3.0, still finds 15 million more uninsured next year, 22 million in ten years

Campaign Action The Congressional Budget Office has scored the latest iteration of Trumpcare, the one that McConnell couldn't bring to a vote most recently, and it's not much better than the previous version. It still takes coverage away from 15 million in the first year, 22 million over ten years. Show More Summary

Republicans Have Yet Another Health Care Bill. This One Would Leave 22 Million More Uninsured.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office is out with yet another report on yet another Republican proposal to repeal and replace Obamacare. And yet again, the CBO is projecting that 22 million fewer people would have health insurance as a result of the legislation. This time, the CBO looked a revised version of a bill offered […]

CBO on GOP Obamacare repeal: 22m uninsured, $13k deductible, premiums soar for older

The Congressional Budget Office released yet another analysis of yet another Republican Obamacare repeal plan, and this time the numbers are still awful. According to CBO, 22 million fewer Americans will have insurance under the Senate Republican plan (the plan passed by the House GOP will lead to 23 million uninsured), and while premiums will […]

Notes from the CBO score of the BCRA

The Congressional Budget Office released their score of the Senate’s Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). It does not include the Cruz amendment. There is not a whole lot of difference since the last score as there are not many large changes on the coverage side. I just want to pull out a few things. The […]

This Ridiculous Republican Propaganda is Exactly Why We Need the CBO

Catherine Rampell: This ridiculous Republican propaganda is exactly why we need the CBO: Tuesday I wrote about the GOP’s systematic efforts to discredit and disempower any independent voice — media, the Congressional Budget Office, the Office of Government Ethics —...

CBO again confirms the cruelty of GOP’s ‘repeal-only’ plan

No matter what version of the Republican health-care scheme it examines, the Congressional Budget Office reiterates the conclusion of Trumpcare’s critics: These proposals are not about expanding affordable health-care insurance. The GOP is conducting an exercise aimed to deliver tax cuts for the rich funded by brutal Medicaid cuts as it tries to undo the […]

CBO shines a brutal light on latest Republican health care plan

Republicans already faced an uphill fight on health care. The Congressional Budget Office just made matters even more difficult.

CBO: Mitch McConnell’s Latest Health Care Bill Would Leave 32 Million More Uninsured

The Congressional Budget Office offered a quick analysis of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.)’s latest plan to end Obamacare Wednesday afternoon—and its conclusions are damning. McConnell’s “new” bill is essentially the same as one Republicans passed—and President Barack Obama vetoed—in 2015, just with the dates moved forward two years. But CBO doesn’t see any […]

32 million people lose insurance under U.S. Senate Obamacare repeal plan: CBO

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thirty-two million Americans would lose their health insurance by 2026 under a U.S. Senate plan to repeal Obamacare without providing a replacement, the Congressional Budget Office reported on Wednesday.

CBO: 32 million more would be uninsured under proposed health law repeal

The Congressional Budget Office estimates the Republican repeal of Obama health law without replacement means 32 million more uninsured by 2026. Earlier Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he … Click to Continue »

CBO Score: Repealing Obamacare Would Raise Number Of Uninsured By 32M, Double Premiums By 2026

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CNBC reports: Repealing many Obamacare provisions would lead to 27 million uninsured in 2020, according to an estimate from the Congressional Budget Office published Wednesday. That figure would climb to 32 million by 2026, the CBO said in its new report. Show More Summary

The CBO just delivered a devastating score for the GOP's Plan B on healthcare

The Congressional Budget Office on Wednesday projected a Republican backup healthcare plan would leave millions more uninsured in the coming years and hike premiums significantly. The Republican legislation, which would repeal the Affordable...Show More Summary

CBO to issue estimate of Obamacare repeal bill on Wednesday

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Congressional Budget Office said it would release on Wednesday its estimate for Senate legislation that would repeal Obamacare without a replacement healthcare plan.

CBO Score on Obamacare Repeal Bill: 32 Million More Uninsured by 2026

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The Congressional Budget Office has released its estimates on the new Obamacare repeal bill.

The Coming War on the CBO

One of the most important reasons the effort to repeal the ACA appears to have failed is that the Congressional Budget Office — despite being supervised by a Republican — provided accurate information about the effects of AHCA and BCRA. And this in turn compelled the media to do what it do disastrously failed to […]

Three Main Takeaways from CBO’s Analysis of the President’s Budget

The Congressional Budget Office released its Analysis of the President’s FY2018 Budget last week, estimating that the plan would reduce the federal budget deficit from...

The GOP should ignore the CBO

According to a Bloomberg report this morning, Senate Republicans are “anxiously” awaiting the Congressional Budget Office’s score of the GOP plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Well, they should relax. For all the hand-wringing going on in Washington over the upcoming health-care vote, there is little reason to give much credence to the CBO’s expected […]

CBO score of Trumpcare 3.0 delayed, may or may not include Cruz amendment

Campaign Action The Congressional Budget Office, which was expected to release a partial score of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's latest version of Trumpcare Monday, is delaying the release of that score in light of the postponed vote. Show More Summary

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