U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said in a telephone town hall meeting Monday he's still not sure whether he'll support the Senate GOP health care bill.
Meanwhile, Dems in the state's Congressional delegation blasted the bill following the release of the Congressional Budget Office's scoring of the legislation.
CBO estimated 15 million more people would be uninsured next year under the bill compared to current law, largely because the ACA's individual mandate would go away. By 2026, that would grow to 22 million people.
CBO also found the bill would cut spending by $321 billion by 2026, partly due to th...