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It might be called an improvement, but it’s still hardly anything to boast about.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ office of the actuary has released a new report which estimates the number of Americans who would lose their health care coverage in the next 10 years under the American Health Care Act at 13 million, “mostly as a result of declines in eligibility for Medicaid, the impact of the repeal of the individual mandate, and the net reduction to the subsidies available for the purchase of individual insurance.”

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