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Senate health care bill: What about bipartisanship?

Senate health care bill: What about bipartisanship?

Our view: Senate’s last attempt at an Obamacare repeal-and-replace is so awful it might just lay the groundwork for Democrats and Republicans to hash out a compromise

Earlier this month, the Kaiser Family Foundation asked a representative sample of Americans a pretty straightforward question: Should Obamacare be repealed and replaced, or should Republicans work with Democrats to fix the Affordable Care Act? The result was not even close. By a 71-to-23 percent margin, people want to see the ACA fixed. Only Republican respondents continued to cling to the repeal-and-replace mantra, with 54 percent reportedly still on the bandwagon.

With the latest Senate Republican plan on...