Cantor intends to move a repeal-and-replace bill before the midterm elections in November.
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House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) is taking the lead on crafting the GOP’s Obama-Care replacement proposal.
The extraordinarily tough task faces many obstacles and is complicated by election-year politics and an unruly GOP conference.
But Cantor believes the Republicans must shake their “party of no” reputation, and passing an ObamaCare replacement bill is part of that strategy.
Most, if not all, Democrats will reject whatever Cantor produces. To pass a bill through the House, Republicans will need to keep defections to about 20 or fewer. That will be a tall order.