The Joint Tax Committee has come out with an official revenue score of all the tax increases contained in the Baucus-Obama plan considered by the Senate Finance Committee this week.

The overall score is a net tax hike of $357.7 billion over ten years.

Note: This does NOT include the revenue effects from the excise tax on the uninsured.  This is most likely because the last-minute "chairman’s mark" reduced the tax on families making more than 300 percent of the federal poverty line from $3800 to $1900, and Joint Tax just didn’t have time to re-do the numbers.