The fate of this package could affect what health insurance professionals have to sell later this year.

Commercial health insurance provisions in H.R. 5376 — the Democrats’ Build Back Better social spending package — could reduce the number of uninsured Americans by about 3.9 million, or about 14%, in 2031, according to new estimates from the Congressional Budget Office.

Calculations based on the CBO predictions suggest that the provisions could cost an average of about $14,000 per year, over the next 10 years, for every additional person who was insured in 2031.

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