The Congressional Budget office is highly respected for its neutral, non-partisan analysis. The CBO’s mission is to "score" any bill that comes out of committee in Congress. It does that by making assumptions not just about the bill in question, but also about growth, inflation and other economic trends. So, why are some critics quick to dismiss the CBO’s estimates? Ali Velshi explains.
Jared Bernstein, senior fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and James Capretta, Milton Friedman Chair of the American Enterprise Institute, weigh in on Senate GOP leaders releasing their health-care reform bill.