3 Ways the ACA Individual Mandate Drives Forecasters Crazy
CBO analysts wonder whether a post-mandate world is the same as a no-mandate world.
ACA Subsidies Are Much Cheaper Than Expected: CBO
The agency says the estimated cost of the group health tax exclusion is holding steady.
ACA Waiver Proposals Are Hard to Score: CBO Chief
Keith Hall says one source of uncertainty is how insurers would react to the effects of waivers.
Minimal Cost to Enacting FSOC Insurance Member Bill: CBO
Implementing H.R. 3110 would cost less than $500,000, the budget office says.
3 Weird Ways an ACA Subsidy Cut Could Help You
CBO analysts say axing cost-sharing reduction payments could create hard-to-find health plan bargains.
Under Attack by GOP, Former CBO Heads Ask for Agency Respect
The White House recently posted a video bashing the agency on YouTube.
We Need Congress's Wonks and the White House's
A critic of the Affordable Care Act comes to the defense of the Congressional Budget Office.
Congressional Budget Office Is Broken (Finally)
The author contends that the new CBO report on H.R. 1628 shows why states should set their own health rules.
Senate Mulls Health-Law Rewrite Pushing ACA Change to 2020
Orrin Hatch says keeping some ACA taxes might be easier than cutting more spending.
CBO Sets Time to Release AHCA’s Cost Estimates
An unusual announcement shows how hungry the audience is for numbers.