Thursday, March 11, 2010
fairly similar, but done more detailed and accounted for the shift in preventive care services that happened just before the vote, the provision that is most different from what they scored in December. They say the bill reduces deficit by $118 Billion over 10 years instead of their Dec. 19 assessment that said $132 Billion, and they have also now accounted for the fact that obviously the bill wasn't law on Jan 1, 2010. This is not a score of the provisions the President released that would be modifications to the Senate bill that would be introduced should the Senate bill be passed by the House.
Posted by Don Taylor at 1:43 PM