Senate reforms would cost $849 billion

The U.S. Senate has come out with its version of healthcare reform, one which would cost $849 billion over 10 years, the Congressional Budget Office concludes. The CBO is projecting that the bill would make health coverage accessible to 31 million more people by 2019, and would reduce the federal deficit by $130 billion over the first 10 years. Article

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