BCRA CBO Score
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional Budget Office sees 22 million more uninsured by 2026 under Senate health bill.
Toher Spiro appears to be snipping and tweeting the key bits of the CBO report
Premiums for a 64-year old with middle income go from $6,800 under ACA to $20,500 under BCRA
Deductibles for plans eligible for tax credits go from $3,600 under ACA to $6,000 under BCRA
What you are saying is the uninsured under the Senate’s AHCA goes from 24 million (House Version) to 46 million uninsured by 2016. I think he strategy is to not pass a bill.
22 million more uninsured than ACA. 2 million more insured than AHCA. I wasn’t clear
Robert I did not interpret the CBO correctly either and another article jumped to the 49 million too without explaining properly.
“By 2026, among people under age 65, enrollment in Medicaid would fall by about 16 percent and an estimated 49 million people would be uninsured, compared with 28 million who would lack insurance that year under current law.” https://www.cbo.gov/publication/52849
McConnell delayed the vote till after the Senate Recess.