The $13,000 deductible
The new Congressional Budget Office report on the revised Senate health care bill was an important lesson in the tradeoffs in health insurance. Yes, it suggested that premiums could go down for some groups, which has been one of Republicans' main goals. But because the "actuarial value" of the coverage could go down — meaning customers would have to pay more of the medical costs themselves — the deductible for a low-income person could shoot up to $13,000.
Data: Kaiser Family Foundation; Chart: Chris Canipe / Axios