House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin said Thursday the legislating on Obamacare repeal and replacement will be done this year.
House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin said Thursday the legislating on Obamacare repeal and replacement will be done this year. J. Scott Applewhite AP
House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin said Thursday the legislating on Obamacare repeal and replacement will be done this year. J. Scott Applewhite AP

Paul Ryan wants Obamacare repeal this year, but stays vague on replacement plan

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