“In a significant development, GOP candidates have embraced a concept
that was unthinkable a year ago: fixing President Obama’s landmark law,” The Hill reports.
“Others, meanwhile, have offered replacement healthcare plans.”
“Polling shows a majority of people would rather Congress fix the law than scrap it entirely, which is clearly playing a role in the Republican pivot. Yet, offering to fix a law that is reviled by the GOP base is politically tricky. Some in Republican circles want the law to flop miserably, which would increase the chances of an eventual repeal.”Save to Favorites