President Obama has been adamant that if his public insurer is introduced to the market, Americans who have insurance and are happy with it will be able to keep their plans.

The Congressional Budget Office seems to see things differently, though. Their analysis of Sen. Kennedy's health care bill estimates that under the proposed changes, 23 million Americans would lose their private insurance coverage because of the bill.

HT: Cato@Liberty


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