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House OKs new healthcare bill to replace Obamacare, May 04, WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House of Representatives have narrowly approved a bill to erase much of Obama's health care law, answering campaign pledge and sending the measure to the the Senate.

President Trump and House Republican leaders held meetings late Wednesday trying to broker a deal within their party between moderates and House Freedom Caucus conservatives who had been at odds over the direction of the GOP health care bill.

House to vote on health care repeal Thur 0 3266787 ver1.0 640 360The breakthrough came after moderate Rep. Fred Upton (R-Michigan) proposed an amendment to add $8 billion over five years to help people with pre-existing conditions pay for insurance coverage.

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