|Paul (27 Jun 5:13): I often disagree with electoral-vote.com, but today's lead is a gem:|
"The Republicans are definitely making progress with their health care bill. The first House version would have cost 24 million people their insurance, so the House fixed the bill. In the second version, only 23 million will lose their insurance. The Congressional Budget Office has now scored the Senate bill and it is better than even the second House bill. Only 22 million people will lose insurance if it becomes law. Extrapolating from these data, we can project that with 22 more bills, the Republican plan will cover as many people as the ACA does."