Only two weeks after appearing to concede defeat on the issue, a group of Republicans are continuing to try to reach a deal to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

Members of the House Freedom Caucus, the group of hardline conservatives who were nearly united in their opposition to the health care bill backed by President Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan, are in talks with administration officials over the types of changes they would need to see to the bill in order to support it.

"No one made any definitive changes  in terms of moving from 'no' to 'yes,' primarily because there's not enough detail to do that, but I can tell you that all the 'nos' — every one of the 'nos' — expressed a willingness to look at this in a very detailed manner," Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., the chairman of the Freedom Caucus, tells Politico.

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