Some Republican governors want to keep intact a major part of the ACA. (Photo: AP)

A handful of Republican governors are asking President Donald Trump and GOP leaders in Congress to keep in place a key part of the Affordable Care Act that is responsible for extending coverage to more than 11 million Americans. 

The governors of Ohio, Nevada, Michigan, Massachusetts and Arkansas say they don’t want to see an ACA repeal do away with the expansion of Medicaid that has resulted in free or low-cost coverage for many of their constituents. 

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