I noted previously the the CBO has a terrible record estimating the effect of legislation. This video attempts to explain why this is.
As noted, even with dynamic scoring, results are likely to be wrong. That is why I advocate for multiple estimates. Our representatives could then have an intelligent debate and we could more accurately evaluate the effect of proposed legislation.
As Dan points out it would be a great help if the CBO opened their estimates to scrutiny rather than hiding behind their so-called cloak of ‘non-partisanship’. (It’s obvious that many of our government bureaucracies have been ‘captured’ by ‘progressives’ and there is no reason to think this isn’t true of the CBO!)