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Ignore The Blame Game: Repealing Obamacare Isn't Dead Among Republicans

Although the American Health Care Act failed to make it to the House floor for a vote late last week, the effort to repeal Obamacare is far from dead or over. Despite the ongoing blame game, Republicans are interested in working together to come up with an agreeable plan. 


First, President Trump is open to working on a new bill while moving on to tax reform and other big projects. 

Next the Freedom Caucus, whose members are being assailed by Washington insiders and praised back home in their districts, doesn't view the failure of the AHCA as a last option. 

Further, groups opposed to AHCA but adamant about repealing Obamacare are offering a plan b.

Republicans will continue to work on repeal. After years of promises, they don't really have a choice. 

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