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'Millions' Fewer Would Have Coverage Under GOP Health Bill, Says CBO Analysis

The Congressional Budget Office says it won't have time to analyze all the impacts of the latest GOP effort to repeal the ACA, but it says millions more would be uninsured than under current law.
Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., continues to tweak the health care bill he cosponsors in an effort to persuade reluctant senators to back it. / Joe Raedle / Getty Images

The proposal the Senate is considering that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act would result in millions losing health insurance and a $133 billion reduction in the deficit by 2026, according to the Congressional Budget Office's on the Graham-Cassidy legislation. The CBO did not have enough time to estimate specifically how

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