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Congress / Health Care Plan / CBO / A Discussion #1108460

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Phil Mattingly) CBO projections of the millions of uninsured when the Republican health care plan replaces Obamacare & the budget numbers liked by Republicans, who campaigned on repeal/replace, & the White House projections of these report numbers discussed; statistics cited. [On Fox, Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - assesses the numbers.] [HHS Secretary Tom PRICE -says we disagree with the report.] The complications in the process for Republicans to push this bill forward.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CBO estimates for numbers of Americans without coverage by 2026 cited. Live discussion held with CNN's Trump campaign economic adviser Stephen Moore & former Labor Secretary Robert Reich about the health care bill & the CBO numbers. [MOORE, REICH - offer views on the CBO report as hocus pocus because the replacement will reduce costs, Trump's promise no one will lose coverage while the CBO predicts huge losses in coverage; bicker over what the Republican will/will not do: where is the "replace."

Cooper, Anderson;
Mattingly, Phil

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