The Congresssional Budget Office released their analysis of the $940 billion health reform legislation, which may be voted on as soon as Sunday.
The CBO estimated the budgetary effects of the reconciliation proposal, in combination with the effects of the Senate passed bill. The combination would reduce federal deficits by an estimated $138 billion over the 2010-2019 period. CBO estimated a reduction in federal budget deficits over the decade following of roughly $1 trillion.
And the House of Representatives posted the reconciliation proposal which is documented as changes to the Senate passed bill.
Passage of the legislation requires 216 votes in the House, of which 197 are certain and 34 are still in play.