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A startling new report from the Congressional Budget Office is projecting 24 million people will lose health insurance coverage by 2026 under the Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act. Fourteen million people would lose health insurance in the next year alone. While the White House rejected the CBO findings, Politico is reporting the White House’s own analysis predicts 26 million people will lose coverage under the bill over the next decade. According to the CBO, the bill would reduce the deficit by $337 billion, but one of the biggest beneficiaries of the Republican bill will be millionaires. A new study by the Tax Policy Center shows people in the top 0.1 percent would get a tax cut of about $207,000 under the plan.

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26 thoughts on “Healthcare or Wealthcare? 24 Million to Lose Insurance Under GOP Plan While Rich Get Big Tax Breaks

  1. Amazing … simply amazing … how fast the “promises” made by tRump are getting blown to bits by his “chosen” party.

    The Repugs have been so focused on getting rid of that (N-word)’s health plan, they’ll do whatever it takes to trash it … and care less about who is affected.

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  2. I think Weathcare is very fitting. I’ve also see DonTcare, and that’s quite fitting, too. Personally, I think this is an attempt to kill off the disabled, the poor and the elderly. How in the hell can a 64 year old, making $26,000 a year afford health insurance costing over half that income.

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