Part D Rebates And Some New Health Policy Proposals Get Deficit Reduction Estimates In CBO Report
This article was originally published in RPM Report
The most recent Congressional Budget Office list of deficit-reducing options includes some familiar items as well as five new approaches to changing health care programs, such as tax-related changes to employer-sponsored insurance.
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