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Blocks with health care symbols If Congress were to expand tax credits, it could help offset the new spending by limiting provider payments or putting in place a public option. (Photo: ShutterstocK)

A new analysis by the Urban Institute, a liberal-leaning think-tank, says that introducing a public option health care plan would increase coverage by 1.2 million and save the federal government $12 billion a year.

Jack Craver


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