By Doug Cunningham
The Economic Policy Institute says if the House GOP health insurance bill becomes law the vast majority of Americans will be poorer, less healthy and more financially insecure.
EPI says the bill cuts $900 billion from Medicaid, which would result in 14 million people losing health insurance.
EPI says a 64 year old making $20,790 a year would pay $12,900 more each year for health insurance under the GOP bill, plus higher deductibles and co-pays.
Non-group health insurance premiums will rise by $25 billion each year.
And EPI says by 2022 1.8 million jobs will be lost if the GOP health insurance bill becomes law.