Will 22 Million Lose Coverage Under The Senate Health Bill? Not Even Close

Numbers Game: The Congressional Budget Office has yet to release its analysis of the revised ObamaCare repeal bill under consideration in the Senate. But it’s a safe bet that it will say more than 20 million will lose coverage. Maybe this time, however, the public will notice that the CBO is wildly inflating the impact of the GOP’s health reforms.
The CBO, which has become the official scorekeeper of the impact of health reform despite its miserable track record, said that the prior Senate repeal-and-replace bill would leave 22 million more people uninsured by 2027 than if ObamaCare remained in place. Before that, it said the much different House repeal-and-replace bill would leave 23 million more without insurance. Heck, the CBO said that simply repealing ObamaCare without putting anything else in its place would result in 23 million more uninsured.
If that seems odd, take a close look at how the CBO

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