Health Care Cost Estimates Released
New estimates are come out March 14th on the cost of the nation's health care reform laws.
Specifically, the price of a mandate requiring all Americans to have health insurance starting in 2014- or pay a penalty.
The government is looking at its cost to cover ten of millions of uninsured people.
Last March, the congressional budget office estimate stood at more than one-point-four trillion dollars over the first decade.
The CBOs new estimate willc ome just two weeks before the supreme court hears arguments challenging the constitutionality of the mandate.
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