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In what might be seen as a silver lining in an otherwise dark cloud of a Congressional Budget Office report, Republicans are touting the CBO's estimate that the Senate healthcare bill would reduce premiums by 30% by 2020.

But as a CBS analysis makes clear, the way the bill accomplishes this is by lowering the quality of the benchmark plan from silver to bronze, which cover only an average of 58% of covered benefits rather than 70%, causing premiums to go down but deductibles and out of pocket costs to go up.

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