Report says health care law will increase U.S. deficit $340B

04/9/2012 | Washington Post, The

A study by Charles Blahous, the Republican trustee for Medicare and Social Security, says the health care law will tack an extra $340 billion onto the national deficit over the coming 10 years. His report says the law will create revenue, but most of that will go to pay for Medicare benefits for those already covered, not to cover additional uninsured people.

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