CBO: House Bill to Delay Obamacare Individual Mandate By One Year Would Save $35 Billion Over Ten

Wouldn't change the cost structure


The House bill to delay Obamacare's individual mandate would save $35 billion dollars, according to a Congressional Budget Office analysis.

After the Obama administration revealed it would not enforce the employer mandate — a requirement that large companies provide their employees health insurance — until January 2015, the House quickly passed a measure that would not only codify that delay, but put off the individual mandate by one year as well.