Money | The Congressional Budget Office’s healthcare predictions aren’t a reliable guide for lawmakers
by David L. Bahnsen
Posted 6/14/17, 01:41 pm
With the GOP promising a “repeal and replace” of Obamacare, all eyes have turned to the U.S. Senate. The House passed a repeal-and-replace bill, the American Health Care Act, on May 4, and while the Senate is widely expected to make adjustments to the House plan, the reconciliation process gives senators a path to repeal and replace that requires only 51 votes, versus the 60 normally needed to prevent a filibuster.