Weeks after President Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan celebrated the House of Representatives' narrow approval of a bill repealing the Affordable Care Act, the future of President Barack Obama's signature domestic policy remains unclear.

Republican leaders in the Senate have made it abundantly clear that the bill that made it through the House has no chance in the upper chamber. Instead, they have pledged to craft their own repeal and replacement legislation.

In the weeks since, the media, the public, and senators themselves have understandably been distracted from the health care issue by other headline-grabbing details coming out of the Trump administration

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