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  • Some Lawmakers Now Look to Bipartisanship on Health Care New York Times by Robert Pear and Michael Shear—The sudden death of legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act has created an opening for voices from both parties to press for fixes to the acknowledged problems in President Barack Obama’s signature health law, as lawmakers and some senior White House officials appealed for bipartisanship. But the White House, still smarting from a disastrous defeat on Friday, appeared uncertain on the path forward. President Trump predicted that “Obamacare will explode” and offered no plan to stop it, but his was not the only voice from the White House.

  • Sen. Schumer Seizes on Trump Team's Offer to Work with Dems AP by Hope Yen—President Donald Trump's aides opened the door to working with moderate Democrats on health care and other issues while Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer quickly offered to find common ground with Trump for repairing the health care law. Schumer said Sunday that Trump must be willing to drop attempts to repeal his predecessor's signature achievement, warning that Trump was destined to “lose again” on other parts of his agenda if he remained beholden to conservative Republicans.

  • With AHCA Defeat, Some Democrats See Chance to Push for Universal Coverage Washington Post by David Weigel—At their first town meeting since the Republicans’ surprise surrender on the Affordable Care Act, progressives in blue America celebrated—then asked for more. Rhode Island’s two Democratic senators, joined by Rep. Jim Langevin, told several hundred happy constituents that the next step in health reform had to mean expanded coverage, provided by the government.

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