Baucus Bill by the Numbers.

$774 billion – the estimated credits and subsidies to be provided through the insurance exchanges, increased net outlays for Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and tax credits for small employers.

$215 billion – the revenues expected from the excise tax on high-premium insurance plans.

$20 billion – the estimated penalty payments made by uninsured individuals.

$27 billion – the estimated penalty payments to be made by employers whose workers will receive subsidies via the exchanges.

$12 billion – the estimated indirect effects on federal revenues associated with the expansion of federally subsidized insurance.

$500 billion – the projected net cost over 10 years for the proposed expansions in insurance coverage.

$49 billion – the estimated net reduction in federal budget deficits of over the 2010–2019 period.

29 million – The number of uninsured nonelderly people who would have coverage by 2019.

25 million – the number of nonelderly residents who would still not be insured by 2019 (about one-third of whom would be unauthorized immigrants).

11 million – the projected increase in the number of enrollees in Medicaid.

Source: Congressional Budget Office.

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