The Congressional Budget Office released its analysis of the impact of the Supreme Court decision and repeal of the Affordable Care Act, respectively here and here. On the Court’s decision, the result would be a net reduction of $84 billion over 10 years, reflective of the significant reductions in additional Medicaid enrollment. On full repeal, CBO estimated that the net increase in the deficit would be $109 billion.
Relevant Congressional Documents
Posted on - July 26, 2012
Posted on - March 9, 2011
Written Statement for House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health
Hearing “Setting Fiscal Priorities in Health Care Funding” on behalf of Jeffrey
Levi, PhD, Executive Director for Trust for America’s Health, dated March 9, 2011.