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CBO and JCT estimates, updated language of Senate healthcare legislation

Documents on healthcare legislation in U.S. Senate

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) today released reports of the effects of a healthcare legislative proposal currently pending in the Senate.


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Also today, the legislative text and section-by-section discussions of the healthcare proposal were updated on the website of the Senate Budget Committee. The proposed legislation is now being referred to as the Better Care Reconciliation Act.


  • Read the CBO report [PDF 1.37 MB] 

  • Read JCX-30-17—Estimated revenue effects of the tax provisions contained in Title I of H.R. 628, the “Better Care Reconciliation Act Of 2017,” an amendment in the nature of a substitute as posted on the website of the Senate Budget Committee 

  • Read the updated legislative text [PDF 190 KB] 

  • Read the updated section-by-section description [PDF 544 KB] 

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