— It would reduce budget deficits by
— Fourteen million more people would be uninsured next year, mostly 6 million who wouldn't get coverage on the individual market and 5 million fewer under
— The number of uninsured would rise to 24 million in 2026. Much of the increase would be from changes in
— In 2026, an estimated 52 million people would be uninsured compared with 28 million under Obama's law.
— Fewer employers would offer health benefits; 2 million fewer workers would have coverage next year, 7 million fewer in 2026.
— Average premiums for individuals would rise in 2018 and 2019 by 15 percent to 20 percent, compared with current law, because
— Beginning in 2020, premiums would fall compared to current law, and by 2026 average premiums for people buying individual coverage would be roughly 10 percent lower than current law. However, premiums would vary significantly by age because
— Total federal subsidies for people buying policies would drop substantially under the
— Funds for