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And So It Begins

  • Battle Lines Drawn on Obamacare Repeal: The Hill by Peter Sullivan and Jordain Carney—Democrats and Republicans are honing their lines of attack for a battle over Obamacare repeal that is likely to consume Washington for much of the year.

  • Obama Warns 'Repeal and Delay' Is 'Reckless' in New England Journal EssayPolitico by By Brianna Ehley and Joanne Kenen—President Obama has penned another essay for the New England Journal of Medicine, warning that the Republican plan to repeal Obamacare and delay replacement for several years is "reckless" and "irresponsible."

  • Republicans Offer No Plan to Repeal Obamacare as More Party Members Express Concern: The Los Angeles Times by Noam N. Levey and Lisa Mascaro—After demanding for six years that the Affordable Care Act be gutted, Republican leaders refused Wednesday to outline concrete steps to repeal and replace it, even as members of their party voiced growing reservations about rolling the law back without a viable alternative.

  • Ryan: Lawmakers Will Act This Year on Replacing Health Law: Associated Press by Alan Fram—Lawmakers will act this year on bills not simply repealing President Barack Obama's health care law but replacing it as well, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday. The remarks by Ryan, R-Wis., suggested a faster schedule than some had expected on reshaping the nation's health care system. While Republicans have said they plan to vote this year on dismantling Obama's law, Ryan went a step further, saying they also would write legislation to replace it in 2017.

  • Stand Up for ObamaCare, CEOs: Wall Street Journal by Annie Lamont and Ezekeil J. Emanuel (paywall)—America’s CEOs might not admit it in public, but the Affordable Care Act—aka Obamacare—has been good for business. Company benefits managers have watched as the double-digit premium increases under President George W. Bush slowed to a crawl. Venture funding has flooded into health care, boosting startups and stimulating innovation.

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