The Congressional Budget Office has released a scoring of the American Healthcare Act after lawmakers unveiled Senate changes late last week. The scoring includes the number of Americans who will lose healthcare, along with a projected estimate for the total cost of the bill. The CBO has estimated that 22 million Americans will lose health insurance by 2026, a figure just slightly below the 23 million estimated in the House of Representatives. The office has also estimated that the bill would decrease the US deficit by $321 billion over a decade. Read the full article here.