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BRIEF-S&P says proposed U.S. Health care bill would hurt economy, states, health insurers‍​
September 25, 2017 / 8:52 PM / 24 days ago

BRIEF-S&P says proposed U.S. Health care bill would hurt economy, states, health insurers‍​

Sept 25 (Reuters) - S&P :

* S&P says proposed U.S. Health care bill would hurt the economy, states, and health insurers‍​

* S&P says if implemented, Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson bill will impact 580,000 jobs and $240 billion in lost economic activity by 2027‍​

* S&P says if implemented, GCHJ bill will increase uncertainty in short term with repeal of mandate and lack of clarity around cost-sharing reductions

* S&P says expects greater disparity among states in terms of rules for insurance markets and uninsured levels if GCHJ bill is implemented‍​ Source text : (bit.ly/2fmRR6Y)

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