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"The CBO confirmed what we already knew -- millions of Americans would lose access to affordable health insurance under the Republican plan. This proposal was put together without considering the fundamental principles of arithmetic," said Scott, who has been a vocal opponent of repealing Affordable Care Act.
"Instead of re-trying failed health policies that result in millions paying more for less, we should build on the progress of the Affordable Care Act and not go backward," Scott said.
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