A non-partisan report said Thursday, in a worst-case scenario,
Or the law could increase the number of people with employer-based coverage by 3 million by 2019, the
The CBO said besides those worst-case and best-case scenarios, its best estimate -- still with a "tremendous amount of uncertainty" -- is that there would be 3 million to 5 million fewer Americans with employer health coverage from 2019 to 2022, The Hill reported.
The update on the law's coverage provisions says the law is now anticipated to cover 2 million fewer people, but cost
The Hill said Republicans have blasted the new numbers because they appear to violate Obama's pledge that people who like their healthcare plans will be able to keep them.
"Today's report also does not project major changes in the number of workers who will get coverage through their job,"
Meanwhile, the anti-abortion
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