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Health care: McConnell to stick with repeal and replace plan

(AP) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has rejected President Donald Trump's advice to first repeal Barack Obama's health care law and then replace it later with something else. McConnell told reporters after an event Friday in his home state of Kentucky that the current health care bill remains challenging but "we are going to stick with that path."
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