Just as Republicans feared, it increasingly looks as if the Affordable Care Act is here to stay.

Even before Donald Trump became the GOP's lastest attempt to recapture the White House, Republican lawmakers were gradually moving toward a certain level of acceptance of Obamacare.

Despite voting to repeal the landmark health law, over and over again, many were clearly hesitant to undo parts of the law that so many of their constituents had come to enjoy, including the Medicaid expansion and the subsidized private plans offered through Healthcare.gov.

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