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OMB Director Mick Mulvaney championed President Donald Trump's proposed budget, but Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) called the "immoral" plan a "betrayal" that favors wealthy Americans.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer says the CBO's estimates are "consistently wrong."
Press Secretary Sean Spicer says the CBO's estimates are "consistently wrong."
24 million Americans could lose health insurance under the Republican plan to replace Obamacare, according to a report from the Congressional Budget Office.
24 million Americans could lose health insurance under the Republican plan to replace Obamacare, according to a report from the Congressional Budget Office.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer and NBC Correspondent Peter Alexander discuss whether or not Donald Trump's statements can be accepted as true.
The Congressional Budget Office's projection about the Republican health care bill is expected this week.
Trump and his White House don’t argue on the merits. They attack the  institutions that come up with facts and arguments
While Pushing The New Healthcare Bill Sean Spicer Undermines The CBO
While Pushing The New Healthcare Bill Sean Spicer Undermines The CBO
The American imperium will die. The only question is how Washington responds.
These losses had multiple benefits to Verizon. Besides not having to pay most taxes, these massive losses per year were used to claim that the local phone networks are unprofitable and VNY received multiple rate increases, in part, to make up for these losses.
The movement to expand Social Security is gaining speed. In hopes of derailing the popular and profoundly wise expansion movement, those determined to cut Social Security are playing games with the numbers.
Social Security benefits replace only about 40 percent of an average retiree's recent earnings, new Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates show.
Some critics cite the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates of enrollment in health reform's marketplaces to argue
The question we face now is how to improve implementation and outreach efforts. First off, there are the 20 states that have still refused to expand their Medicaid programs, denying insurance coverage to their most vulnerable residents.
The Senate-passed budget reconciliation bill would boost the number of uninsured Americans by at least 22 million starting in 2018, relative to current law. Thus, virtually all (at least 92 percent) of the historic health coverage gains that CBO expects health reform to achieve by 2018 would be lost.