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Ryan: 'I can't imagine' passing a health-care bill this 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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