Republicans in the Senate released an updated version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act, their plan to overhaul the US healthcare system, on Thursday. While the new bill makes a number of changes, including an infusion of $45 billion to combat the opioid crisis, one major aspect of the bill remains unchanged: massive proposed cuts to Medicaid. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office released its analysis for the original Senate bill in late June, and estimated that provisions in it would result in $772 billion in cuts to Medicaid spending by 2026. A later analysis by the CBO found that the cuts get even deeper by 2036.

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