[Updated at 9:51 a.m.] House Minority Leader John Boehner said Thursday that the GOP will "do everything we can" to ensure the health care bill as it is "never, ever passes."
"It's time to scrap this bill," Boehner said. "They're gonna continue to ram, ram, ram, this bill ... to try to get it through Congress without a vote."
Boehner added the health care legislation shouldn't be about Barack Obama or Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, who have been vocal about their feelings that the bill needs to be passed.
Boehner's comments came after a House Democratic source told CNN Thursday that the Democrats' revised health care bill will cost $940 billion over the next 10 years.
[Updated at 9:49 a.m.] Rep. Henry Waxman, D-California, told CNN that the CBO estimates on the health care bill are "better than expected."
The health care bill passed by the Senate in December would cost $875 billion over the next decade while reducing federal deficits by $118 billion, according to the CBO.
Democrats have been making a series of changes to the Senate bill in recent weeks in part to make the measure more acceptable to House liberals.
[Posted at 9:21 a.m.] The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the Democrats' revised health care bill will cost $940 billion over the next 10 years, a House Democratic source told CNN Thursday.
The bill cuts the deficit by $130 billion during that period of time, according to the source. It would reduce the deficit by another $1.2 trillion in the following decade, the source said.
The measure extends health insurance coverage to 32 million Americans, helping to guarantee that 95 percent of Americans will be covered, the source said. It also reduces Medicare expenditures by 1.4 percent annually while extending Medicare's solvency by at least 9 years, the source added.
–CNN's Dana Bash and Brianna Keilar contributed to this report.