CBO: Court ruling cuts cost of health-care law, but leaves 3 million more uninsured

President Obama’s signature health-care initiative will cost a bit less than expected as a result of last month’s Supreme Court ruling, but the decision is also likely to leave millions more people without access to insurance, congressional budget analysts said Tuesday.

In its June 28 ruling, the court upheld the bulk of the Affordable Care Act but struck down a plan to require states to expand their Medicaid programs to cover residents who earn as much as 138 percent of the federal poverty level.  more…, The Washington Post, July 24, 2012

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