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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - National Taxpayers Union Foundation
Though the federal government is facing a massive shortfall over the coming decades ("$30 trillion in red ink," Comment & Analysis, June 10), there were real savings proposed in the past Congress that could offer solutions to both our short- and long-term fiscal problems.
If all on President Obama's wish list of policy reforms put forth at Tuesday's State of the Union were to come true, the total cost to taxpayers, according to one fiscal watchdog group, would exceed $83 billion.