After the CBO report estimated 24 million Americans would lose insurance, several groups and thought leaders continued to voice their disapproval of the GOP Affordable Care Act replacement proposal. (Photo: iStock)

A new estimate showing that 14 million Americans could lose health coverage by next year under the GOP Obamacare-replacement plan leaves House Republicans in a bind with its dire picture of the bill’s effects heading into the 2018 congressional elections.

Even as the Trump administration challenged the estimate from the Congressional Budget Office, several Senate Republicans said the new analysis suggested that the party may need to rethink its plan.

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