CBO: A Year Delay In Individual Health Insurance Exchange Mandate Could Save $35 Billion

According to The Daily Caller  (9/10, Hurtubise), the Congressional Budget Office has concluded that delaying the pending Affordable Care Act’s individual health insurance mandate “could save $35 billion over next ten years.”

The article noted that the Republican measure to delay the individual health insurance mandate followed the Obama Administration postponed the law’s small and large employer mandate.


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