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House Republicans poised to send a bill repealing most of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to President Obama got some good news from the Congressional Budget Office, which, in contrast to a projection it released in June, now projects that undoing major parts of the landmark health law would reduce the federal deficit by more than half a trillion dollars over the next decade.

Jack Craver


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