Republicans are inching closer to a dream they've nurtured for years. Well, it's more like a portion of that dream.

No, they're not going to repeal Obamacare, but they are poised to put a bill that would repeal major parts of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on President Obama's desk, where it will invariably be vetoed.

Since the Senate managed to get a partial repeal bill passed last month through the "reconciliation" process, all that is left for the effort is the House vote to approve the Senate bill.

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