Here are key findings from the Congressional Budget Office’s analysis of the Republican health care overhaul bill passed by the House on May 4. The bill would save the federal government $119 billion in a decade.

The largest savings would come from cutting Medicaid and reducing tax credits for middle-income insurance buyers.

Source: New C.B.O. Score: G.O.P. Health Bill Would Save Government Billions but Leave Millions Uninsured – The New York Times

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