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CBO: Senate immigration bill would expand Obamacare

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If the Senate immigration bill becomes law, federal health care spending would increase by $112 billion over the next decade as more people take advantage of Medicaid, Medicare and subsidies from President Obama’s health care law, according to the Congressional Budget Office. In a highly anticipated report, the CBO found that overall, the immigration bill would reduce deficits by $197 billion...

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