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Health Care Bill: Double Counting Doubles the Crisis

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Published on Apr 9, 2012

The health care bill of 2010 was said to provide two major benefits. First, the bill promised to find savings in the government's biggest health insurance program, Medicare, and use those savings to reduce the deficit. Second, the health care bill promised to expand health care coverage to uninsured Americans. Sounds pretty good, right? But how does the government propose to pay for both?

Here's where the math becomes fuzzy. Research from "The Fiscal
Consequences of the Affordable Care Act" shows how this just doesn't add up. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/P5mhpS

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