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Republicans' Obamacare repeal plan would cut taxes on the wealthy

House Republicans' Obamacare replacement plan would cut taxes on the wealthy by hundreds of billions of dollars.

Their long-awaited proposal, unveiled Monday evening, would among other things kill a 3.8 percent investment tax on the well-to-do that Democrats had used to help finance the health care law, as well as a 0.9 percent surcharge on wages above $250,000.

Though the legislation is focused on making good on Republican promises to repeal and replace the health program, it would

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