US: Republicans make gains to replace Obamacare

Republicans in the US Senate say they have sufficient support within their party to replace former President Obama's healthcare law.

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    Washington, DC - Republicans in the US Senate say they have sufficient support within their party to replace former President Obama's healthcare law.

    They unveiled new legislation on Monday to achieve the goal, scrapping the requirement that all Americans must have health insurance.

    But the plan has already attracted criticism within the party.


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