Its about healthcare, so have a fast ambulance.

Just got word that the AHCA passed through passed through financial reconciliation.


The good news is that its expected to reduce the deficit by $119 Billion over 10 years.

The bad news is that its estimated that by 2026 51 million people will be without insurance (versus 28 million at that time under the current ACA), or about 15% of the projected population at that time.

Its now headed to the Senate whatfer people to have opportunity to put their finger in the pie.

Me? I expect that the end product ends up something like nearly as many people uninsured but a much smaller deficit reduction being expected or realized.


Im not optimistic.