Government Health Reform Won’t Significantly Save Money

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) says that “the proposal to give an independent panel the power to keep Medicare spending in check would only save about $2 billion over 10 years- a drop in the bucket compared to the bill’s $1 trillion price tag.”

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