Fewer people are likely to have health insurance compared to current law, if a Senate health care plan is approved.
FOX's Jared Halpern has more from Capitol Hill:
A Congressional Budget Office analysis finds by 2026, 49 million Americans would be uninsured, an increase of about 22 million without insurance at the same point in time under the Affordable Care Act.
It is a slight improvement to the uninsured rate from a House-passed health care plan.
The proposed Senate bill also cuts the deficit more that it's House counterpart by a total of $321 billion over the next decade.
The CBO analysis does predict lower premiums beginning in 2020, but cautions out of pocket spending could go up, due to fewer insurance requirements.
On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, FOX News.