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The CBO score is in...

From NBC's Kelly O'Donnell and Mark Murray
The Congressional Budget Office score on the amended Senate health-care bill is in.

CBO puts the price tag of the bill at $871 billion, and it says it will reduce the deficit by $132 billion over the first 10 years and then $1.3 trillion over the second 10 years.

In addition, CBO estimates that the legislation would cover more than 94% of all Americans under 65, and provide coverage to an additional 31 million Americans who currently lack health insurance.