Colorado state Sen. Dr. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, left, stands with activist Christina Postolowski, of the group Young Invincibles, as supporters of the Affordable Care Act. House Republicans are trying to revive their stalled Obamacare replacement bill with a new amendment that lets states opt out of coverage mandates and allows insurers to charge premiums based on individual health status.
Colorado state Sen. Dr. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, left, stands with activist Christina Postolowski, of the group Young Invincibles, as supporters of the Affordable Care Act. House Republicans are trying to revive their stalled Obamacare replacement bill with a new amendment that lets states opt out of coverage mandates and allows insurers to charge premiums based on individual health status. Brennan Linsley AP
Colorado state Sen. Dr. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, left, stands with activist Christina Postolowski, of the group Young Invincibles, as supporters of the Affordable Care Act. House Republicans are trying to revive their stalled Obamacare replacement bill with a new amendment that lets states opt out of coverage mandates and allows insurers to charge premiums based on individual health status. Brennan Linsley AP

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