"Those leading the Affordable Care Act repeal continue to disregard the health and dignity of those who would be most impacted by losing health coverage and benefits."
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Congressional Republicans intended to use the budget reconciliation process to push through repeal of the Affordable Care Act, as doing so would require a 51-vote majority instead of the typical 60 votes needed to bypass a filibuster.
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