More data from the Congressional Budget Office are in, and the CBO’s assessment of the senate healthcare bill is not positive.

The CBO’s latest nonpartisan analysis predicts the bill would leave 22 million more Americans uninsured, and it would add substantially to out-of-pocket medical expenses for people closing in on retirement, as well as the working poor.

Back in May, I wrote that the congressional plan to reform the Affordable Care Act put an exclamation point on the lies told by the president and his team while he was campaigning.

The senate healthcare reform bill adds another exclamation point.

America won’t be “made great again” by cutting the healthcare of the vulnerable and needy.

It’s Wednesday, the 28th of June, 2017. It’s not a normal day.

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