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Budgetary and Economics Effects of Repealing the Affordable Care Act
Philip Ellis (au)
A number of proposals have been advanced for repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which became law in March 2010. This report analyzes the main budgetary and economic consequences that would arise from repealing that law. It estimated the budgetary implications of a repeal in two categories: the effects concerning insurance coverage -- including subsidies provided through the insurance exchanges, added costs for Medicaid, revenues from certain penalties and taxes, and related effects; and the effects of repealing other provisions of the act, which would mostly be related to Medicare spending and tax revenues. The report concludes that repealing the ACA would likely increase federal budget deficits by $137 billion over the 2016-2025 period. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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