I won't return to previous ground or the bigger picture questions, but this paragraph struck me:
The second part of the subsidies, estimated to cost $466 billion during the next decade, would limit out-of-pocket expenses for deductibles and co-payments. This help, for individuals with salaries of $27,000 and families with income of $55,000, would be significantly more generous than any version of the legislation Congress has considered.
Cut out or limit the second part of the subsidies, at the very least. I found the article as a whole to be a very useful discussion of which subsidies are contained in the current bill.