The Congressional Budget Office projects that the Senate bill would create 15 million more uninsured by 2018. That’s next year. An election year.
The Congressional Budget Office says the health care law would result in 23 million more uninsured—in addition to higher costs for millions of older and sicker Americans.
The plan would leave 14 million more without coverage than would have it under Obamacare. The president said he'd give ‘insurance for everyone.’
Republican leaders took to the airwaves on Sunday to push back on criticism of their reform efforts. But did they stick to the facts?
The health-care law will cost the country $100 billion less than predicted, which sounds like a good thing—but you won’t hear Republican detractors say so.
A new congressional report says that the minimum wage will kill jobs. But before you take that for gospel, here are a few facts to consider.
More U.S. workers means more people paying taxes— and a $197 billion cut in the deficit. By Daniel Gross.