People attend a health care rally at the Indiana Statehouse in support of the Affordable Care Act, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, in Indianapolis. President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to overturn and replace the Affordable Care Act, and majority Republicans in Congress have begun the process of repealing it, using a budget maneuver that requires a bare majority in the Senate.
People attend a health care rally at the Indiana Statehouse in support of the Affordable Care Act, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, in Indianapolis. President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to overturn and replace the Affordable Care Act, and majority Republicans in Congress have begun the process of repealing it, using a budget maneuver that requires a bare majority in the Senate. Austen Leake AP
People attend a health care rally at the Indiana Statehouse in support of the Affordable Care Act, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, in Indianapolis. President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to overturn and replace the Affordable Care Act, and majority Republicans in Congress have begun the process of repealing it, using a budget maneuver that requires a bare majority in the Senate. Austen Leake AP

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