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Ryan: 'I can't imagine' passing a health-care bill this year
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House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) insisted on Oct. 25 that the Affordable Care Act is "already collapsing" and "some small bill" won't stop it. He said Congress should work on health care next year.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) insisted on Oct. 25 that the Affordable Care Act is "already collapsing" and "some small bill" won't stop it. He said Congress should work on health care next year.
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