If you’re tired of hearing Republicans and Democrats trying to score points over ObamaCare vs TrumpCare, you can chillax, because the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is in with the facts: If the House Republican health-care bill becomes law, tens of millions of Americans will lose their health insurance. On the plus side, the bill would reduce the deficit by $119 billion over the next 10 years. Under it, premiums would fall for many, but would be “extremely high” and “continue to increase rapidly” for less healthy people (including those with pre-existing conditions). So, continued polarization is winning over better policy making and no constructive, long-term solutions are in sight.