Skip to comments.Health overhaul law potentially costs $115B more
Posted on 05/11/2010 12:09:50 PM PDT by maddog55
WASHINGTON (AP) - Congressional budget referees say President Barack Obama's new health care law could potentially add another $115 billion over 10 years to government health care spending. If Congress approves all the additional spending, that would push the 10-year cost of the overhaul above $1 trillionan unofficial limit the Obama administration set early on. The Congressional Budget Office said Tuesday the added spending includes $10 billion to $20 billion in administrative costs to federal agencies carrying out the law, as well as $34 billion for community health centers and $39 billion for American Indian health care. The additional spending is not automatic, however. Congress would have to specifically release the funds.
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No. No way! Obama and Democrats would never lie about such things. Move along.
Oops,I’m sure it was an honest mistake. Here a billion, there a billion, everywhere a billion-billion
The list, ping
They are destroying our health care system to create a pretext to have government assume full control.
They must be stopped.
If 115 Billion was true I would be happy. More than likely 5 times that and more.
Not $115 Billion but $1,000,000,000 ...
Just my two cents
Make that $1,000,000,000.02
You can double that, they always way under estimate.
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