House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) is so happy about the Congressional Budget Office's score of the healthcare bill, he took to Twitter to give it a plug. 

The nonpartisan budget office estimated that the bill will cost $940 billion and will reduce the deficit by $130 billion in its first ten years. The deficit reduction figure is larger than the House and Senate bills' estimates, which were $104 billion and $118 billion respectively.

Hoyer said that it is the largest deficit reducer in a quarter century, though his math on the years might be a bit off:

I just announced the CBO numbers on final #hcr: cuts the deficit by more than $130B in the 1st 10 yrs, and more than $1T in the 2nd 10 yrs.

It’s confirmed, #hcr is the largest deficit reducer in 25 yrs, since Clinton's 1993 budget, which ushered in the great economy of the 90s.

But Republicans have denounced the score's cost, which is higher than the $875 billion Senate bill and the House bill's net cost of $894 billion.