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  • GOP Health Bill Would Raise Deductibles, Lessen Coverage, and Leave 23 Million More Uninsured, Analysis Finds Los Angeles Times by Noam Levey - The Republican health care bill that passed the House earlier this month would nearly double the number of people in the U.S. without health insurance over the next decade, according to a new analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO). The much-anticipated report cast a new shadow over the controversial legislation and is expected to complicate Republican efforts to get the bill through the Senate, where it already faces difficult prospects. The House bill would be particularly harmful to older, sicker residents of states that waive key consumer protections in the current law, including the ban on insurers charging sick consumers more.

  • 10 Key Points from the CBO Report on Obamacare Repeal Politico by Joanne Kenen - Here are some key facts and figures from the new CBO report on the American Health Care Act, the House-passed bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. CBO stressed the uncertainty of its estimates, given that it's hard to know which states would take up the chance to opt out of certain key parts of Obamacare. 

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