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Repeal, replace -- and fail

The House GOP leadership's proposal for repealing and replacing Obamacare would actually leave much of the 2010 Affordable Care Act intact -- except for the parts that make it work.

Instead of fixing the problems Republicans have been complaining about, it would make them worse. And rather than making insurance affordable to more people, it would raise costs for lower-income Americans while providing breaks for everyone else.

The bills' authors don't seem to be trying to improve the

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