Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) on Wednesday said he was poised to unveil a wide-ranging replacement plan for the president’s healthcare reform law.
“We will be introducing a bill, maybe even today… that will be a comprehensive approach. There are a whole lot of things in it,” he told reporters.
Price said the bill is similar to one he offered in the last Congress which had more than 80 cosponsors.
The Price proposal was a leading candidate for a replacement to ObamaCare, although GOP lawmakers failed to unify around any one bill. Price introduced his bill in 2009 as an alternative to the Affordable Care Act, later adding a section to repeal the law.