White House and Congress point fingers over nonexistent health care planMarch 28, 2019 pm31 9:32 pm

As Republicans on Capitol Hill grapple with President Donald Trump’s decision to thrust health care back onto their agenda, many are looking to the White House for guidance on a plan. But the White House doesn’t have one, and aides are suggesting it could be up to Congress to determine what would replace the Affordable Care Act should the courts strike down the law.

As Republicans on Capitol Hill grapple with President Donald Trump’s decision to thrust health care back onto their agenda, many are looking to the White House for guidance on a plan. But the White House doesn’t have one, and aides are suggesting it could be up to Congress to determine what would replace the Affordable Care Act should the courts strike down the law. […]Read More

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