The fight over the Affordable Care Act in Washington is as fierce as ever, with a Republican budget plan that would repeal the health care law Democrats passed five years ago. In the rest of the country, opposition to the law appears to be easing.

The gap between favorable and unfavorable views of the ACA is the narrowest in more than two years, according to a poll released Thursday by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

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