In this Feb. 23, 2012, photo, family nurse practitioner Terrance James, left, examines Kamiyan Cooper, 1, as his mother Kesha Wilson holds him at the Multnomah County's Mid County Health Center, in Portland, Ore. Hoping to solidify waning support for the GOP bill to replace Obamacare, House Republicans amended it this week to allow states to require healthy adults, including parents, to work for their Medicaid health coverage.
In this Feb. 23, 2012, photo, family nurse practitioner Terrance James, left, examines Kamiyan Cooper, 1, as his mother Kesha Wilson holds him at the Multnomah County's Mid County Health Center, in Portland, Ore. Hoping to solidify waning support for the GOP bill to replace Obamacare, House Republicans amended it this week to allow states to require healthy adults, including parents, to work for their Medicaid health coverage. Rick Bowmer AP
In this Feb. 23, 2012, photo, family nurse practitioner Terrance James, left, examines Kamiyan Cooper, 1, as his mother Kesha Wilson holds him at the Multnomah County's Mid County Health Center, in Portland, Ore. Hoping to solidify waning support for the GOP bill to replace Obamacare, House Republicans amended it this week to allow states to require healthy adults, including parents, to work for their Medicaid health coverage. Rick Bowmer AP

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