U.S. House Makes First Move to Repeal Affordable Healthcare Act

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 13 January 2017
The Republican dominated U.S. House of Representatives approved measures to make the first move toward the repeal of The Affordable Healthcare Act on Friday, joining the Senate in instructing key committees to write legislation that will do away with the Obama administration's health insurance law. The repeal of the act is a top priority of the Republican-majority Congress as well as President-elect Donald Trump, who has urged lawmakers to act quickly.

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