Although providing insurance to the roughly 1.3 million children in the U.S. who do not have access to the normal range of health care services would actually only cost $6 billion, the program is costing another $18 billion. Why? Because it is designed to reach another 3.7 million children who already have insurance, as the Congressional Buidget Office estimates that half of all new enrollees will be from families who drop private coverage....

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