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Senate Republicans claim they have the votes to pass a bill that will repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. GOP leadership says it expects a vote on a budget reconciliation bill aimed at gutting the health law as early as Thursday.

Again, there’s no chance the bill will become law, at least not before President Obama leaves office in January 2017. But Republicans hope that getting a repeal bill on the president’s desk will amount to a symbolic victory it can present to American voters.

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