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  • White House: "CBO coverage estimates are consistently wrong"

    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer responded to the Congressional Budget Office's report on the Republican Party's proposal to overturn the Affordable Care Act (ACA), during a March 14 press briefing. "CBO coverage estimates are consistently wrong," Spicer said. The CBO reported that an estimated 14 million would lose health insurance in the first year of the GOP proposal.

White House: "CBO coverage estimates are consistently wrong"

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer responded to the Congressional Budget Office's report on the Republican Party's proposal to overturn the Affordable Care Act (ACA), during a March 14 press briefing. "CBO coverage estimates are consistently wrong," Spicer said. The CBO reported that an estimated 14 million would lose health insurance in the first year of the GOP proposal.
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