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A May report from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reports that of the 55 million "Uninsured Nonelderly People," only 11 million, or 20 percent, are projected to obtain insurance during 2014; the number of uninsured falls only to 44 million next year according to the CBO.  This leaves a full 80 percent  still uninsured.

The report also projects that the number of uninsured will never drop below 30 million.

In other words, after totally altering the underwriting and cost structure of the industry, and even with a provision that forces you to buy insurance, the law is projected to fall far short of its stated goal of expanding coverage to the uninsured.

Or, put another way, most people will sacrifice by paying higher premiums and taxes - but without creating the benefits that were promised.

Where we line up to ask for a do-over?

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