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  • Tracking the Senate Floor Debate on Health Care Repeal

    26 juillet 2017, par teddy.lederer
    While it’s still unclear exactly what the Senate will vote on and when, we’ll be posting updates here throughout the debate.
  • House GOP Budget Prioritizes Wealthy and Corporations for Tax Bill

    25 juillet 2017, par teddy.lederer
    The Republican budget resolution that the House Budget Committee approved would launch a fast-track “reconciliation” process to enact a tax bill without any Democratic votes, and all indications are that the GOP’s tax bill would focus its benefits overwhelmingly on the wealthy and multinational (...)
  • The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Includes Earnings Incentives

    25 juillet 2017, par cbpp_admin
    SNAP’s benefit structure is designed to reward earnings over unearned income, incentivizing participants to work, and to seek greater income through higher wages or more hours.
  • Rush to Pass Senate Health Bill Would Be Designed to Hide Its Impact

    24 juillet 2017, par nick.kasprak
    The effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has followed a recurring pattern: congressional Republican leaders introduce a bill that Congressional Budget Office (CBO) analysis subsequently shows to be extremely damaging. GOP leaders then make some changes to the bill that they claim have (...)
  • $200 Billion Wouldn’t Provide Affordable Private Coverage for Medicaid Expansion Enrollees

    24 juillet 2017, par teddy.lederer
    Senate leaders are reportedly considering adding $200 billion to the Senate health bill to supplement private coverage for people who gained Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) Medicaid expansion and would lose it under their bill. But that would fall far short of the actual (...)
  • Kaiser : Senate Republican Medicaid Cap Would Cost States $218 Billion

    24 juillet 2017, par teddy.lederer
    States would have to spend $218 billion more between 2020 and 2029 to offset the federal funding cuts generated by the Senate Republican health bill’s “per capita cap” — the limit on annual federal Medicaid funding per beneficiary — new state-by-state estimates from the Kaiser Family Foundation (...)
  • What the 2017 Trustees’ Report Shows About Social Security

    24 juillet 2017, par nick.kasprak
    Social Security can pay full benefits for close to two decades but will then face a significant, though manageable, funding shortfall.
  • CBO Finds Growing, Harmful Impact of Senate GOP Bill’s Medicaid Per Capita Cap

    21 juillet 2017, par nick.kasprak
    As we’ve written, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that the July 20 version of the Senate Republican health bill, which the Senate may consider next week, would cut federal Medicaid spending by $756 billion over ten years and cut Medicaid enrollment by 15 million in 2026, relative (...)
  • In Case You Missed It...

    21 juillet 2017, par nick.kasprak
    This week at CBPP, we focused on health care, the federal budget and taxes, food assistance, the economy, poverty and inequality, family income support, and housing:
  • The 5 Key Facts About the Senate Health Debate

    21 juillet 2017, par nick.kasprak
    As Senate Republicans continue to pursue a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), five points are central to the debate: 1) The latest Senate bill has the same core flaws as the previous versions that a number of Senate Republicans have said they can’t (...)

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