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

Republicans edge closer to health care deal on overhauling Obamacare

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