23 Million More Americans Would Lose Insurance Under GOP Health Bill, Says CBO

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On Wednesday, the Congressional Budget Office released its analysis on the impact of the final version of the American Health Care Act, passed by Republicans in the House earlier this month. The report estimates that compared with Obamacare, the plan would increase the number of uninsured by 23 million over the next decade. But the analysis also finds that the bill would save the federal government $119 billion in the same time period. In more healthcare news, a push for a single-payer program in California met a setback earlier this week when a legislative report put the annual cost of the program at $400 billion—more than double the entire state budget. We'll get the latest on national and state efforts to overhaul healthcare.

Guests:

Julie Rovner, chief Washington correspondent, Kaiser Health News

April Dembosky, health reporter, KQED's The California Report

Jared Huffman, Representative, 2nd District of California, which includes six counties including all of Marin and much of Sonoma County

Guests:

Julie Rovner, chief Washington correspondent, Kaiser Health News

April Dembosky, health reporter, KQED's The California Report

Jared Huffman, Representative, 2nd District of California, which includes six counties including all of Marin and much of Sonoma County

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