The eagerly awaited analysis by the Congressional Budget Office of the Republican health care alternative bill was released Monday. Although working with limited time and much uncertainty in how markets will behave, the economists estimated that as many as 24 million people would be left insured uninsured by the change in policy by the end of a decade. Although at a cost savings to the budget by about 300 billion dollars. Reactions have been swift, and largely along party lines.
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As the Texas legislature works through a possible fix to a host of problems at Texas Children’s Protective Services, many are still asking if the proposals are what the agency needs. And more importantly, is it what Texas children deserve.
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