Republican Senate leaders appear to be reversing course and are believed to be working on a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act in case courts strike down the health care law. A few months after saying that he had no plans to advance legislation to replace the ACA before the 2020 election, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said last week that the Senate "would act quickly on a bipartisan basis" to ensure protections for people with pre-existing conditions if a Republican-backed lawsuit succeeds in overturning ACA, while Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, is reportedly leading discussions on potential legislation.
Senate GOP reportedly working on ACA replacement plan
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