CBO: Senate health bill would cut deficit by $81B in 10 years

The Senate Finance Committee's latest health care bill would cost $829 billion and reduce the deficit by $81 billion over a decade, according to the Congressional Budget Office. The bill, which includes Medicare spending cuts and an excise tax, would also boost the number of people receiving health insurance from 83% to 94%, according to the CBO.

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