CHICAGO — The House version of health care reform stands to save state and local governments about $24 billion over the next 10 years, while the Senate leadership's proposal could potentially cut state costs by $83 billion, according to a new study comparing the fiscal impacts of the plans.

Meanwhile, hospitals face a loss in income of $27 billion in the House plan and $29 billion in the Senate measure.

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