Chris Good, Brian Beutler, and Karen Tumulty summarize the CBO report on health care reform and insurance premium prices.  Megan's take (follow up here):

[M]any people will not face the full costs of their treatment--slightly more than half of the people in the individual market are expected to receive subsidies.  But that just means that someone else will have to give up those thousands of dollars.  It looks to me like health care spending as a percentage of GDP is going to be higher, not lower, when all the changes are phased in.

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