Vice President Mike Pence called on Congress to "keep the president's promise" during an event in Florida to shore up support for a contentious health-care bill, but didn't address the finding that has moderate Republicans most worried: that 14 million Americans may lose health coverage in a year.

"We're going to continue to work with members of Congress to improve this bill," Pence said in Jacksonville after meeting with small business owners. He noted a plan that would allow states to include a work requirement for able-bodied adults to receive Medicaid.

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