FILE – U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, Republican from Cashiers, North Carolina, says some of his most-conservative colleagues in the House Freedom Caucus are interested in a quick replacement of Obamacare after Congress repeals the healthcare law.
FILE – U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, Republican from Cashiers, North Carolina, says some of his most-conservative colleagues in the House Freedom Caucus are interested in a quick replacement of Obamacare after Congress repeals the healthcare law. Susan Walsh AP
FILE – U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, Republican from Cashiers, North Carolina, says some of his most-conservative colleagues in the House Freedom Caucus are interested in a quick replacement of Obamacare after Congress repeals the healthcare law. Susan Walsh AP

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