Bernie Sanders' wife, Jane O’Meara Sanders, has taken an additional step in the quest to get people talking about what’s at stake on health care. Photo: AP

Now that the most recent effort by the Republican party to repeal the Affordable Care Act has crashed and burned in the Senate, the possibility that Republicans might actually have to talk with Democrats about ways to improve the health care system in the U.S. has become a more realistic possibility. 

In fact, as Politico reports, it has already started happening, with a very quiet effort undertaken by a bipartisan House group that’s been meeting under the radar for the past month. The group, known as the Problem Solvers Caucus, is exploring ways that the ACA might be stabilized —something that’s essential if the program is not to collapse under the Trump administration. 

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