GOP close to new plan to replace the ACA

House Republicans are in the homestretch in their effort to develop a long-awaited plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, The Hill reports. On Thursday, they held one of their final task force meetings to discuss the plan, which one lawmaker tells the publicaton is "turning out to be more encompassing than what we expected."

GOP members of the House say that the plan should be ready in June, and will include the controversial idea to cap the employer tax exclusion for health insurance. Article

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