CBO Director Says Dynamic Scoring Would Lower Cost Of ACA Repeal

Congressional Budget Office Director Keith Hall told House Budget Committee members Wednesday (June 3) that dynamic scoring, which predicts how policies change behaviors that in turn affect the economy, would likely reduce the cost of repealing the Affordable Care Act. The Supreme Court is close to ruling on whether that law’s federal subsidies are legal in states with federally run health insurance exchanges, and congressional Republicans have said they would move quickly replace the health care law if the Obama...

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