October 8th, 2009
06:02 PM ET

Documents: CBO's preliminary analysis of health care reform bill

Editor's Note: A compromise health care proposal widely seen as having the best chance to win Democratic and Republican support would cost $829 billion over the next 10 years, nonpartisan budget analysts concluded Wednesday. It also would reduce the federal deficit by more than $80 billion.

Congressional Budget Office

The Congressional Budget Office has issued its preliminary report on the Senate Finance Committee's most recent version of Health Care Reform. Take a look:

Preliminary Analysis of the Chairman's Mark for the America's Healthy Future Act, as Amended

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  1. Terence

    I think that the agreement with the democrat and republican party on healthcare reform is a splendid idea. Reason being is because if the senate finances can effectively use their budgets to produce sufficent healthcare for jobs schools and overall all the american people not only would this increase our general health growth but it will open the door for excellency with our entire political government to develop just and concise stratergies in taking quality care of the people.

    October 8, 2009 at 8:53 pm |
  2. alex lyrics

    single payer , or public option only

    October 8, 2009 at 7:36 pm |
  3. rj

    i think that it a very clear statement , not one dime will be added to the deficit . listen the american people deserve a few perks as it relates to health insurance reform. don't you think that the people are worth at least a few dimes. good job C.B.O !

    October 8, 2009 at 7:36 pm |