Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives passed their American Health Care Act (AHCA), aimed at replacing Obamacare, on May 4. The bill still has to pass the Senate, where lawmakers plan to write their own version of health care reform, but House representatives will have to answer to their constituents — namely, the members of Congress who voted for "Trumpcare" and face reelection in 2018. Every seat in the House is up for grabs next fall, so the Republicans who voted for the...


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