It’s back to the drawing board for Republicans in Congress after they failed to even bring their Obamacare replacement bill to a vote.
Now, it looks like they might be doing things a little differently this time around.
For starters, they are relying on the White House to shape the bill.
House Republicans are looking to the White House to shape the text of a new healthcare bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, which they hope to pass as soon as this week after GOP leadership scrapped their first effort in March.
Several House and Senate aides said Tuesday afternoon that they expect new legislation to be presented by the White House within 24 hours, but others were not optimistic that the administration could arrive at something concrete in that time frame.
Administration officials have conducted their most recent healthcare negotiations quietly, marking a departure from the closely-followed talks and meetings that characterized the first attempt to pass an Obamacare reform bill.
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