Healthcare Law now Cheaper, Won't Cover as Many People

President Barack Obama’s health care law just got cheaper — to the tune of $84 billion over 11 years, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

That's because the Supreme Court’s June ruling on the law allowed states to opt out of a costly Medicaid expansion, and in a new report released Tuesday, CBO anticipates that some of them will do just that. As a result, about 3 million more people will remain uninsured, Capitol Hill’s official bean counters said.

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Source: Politico