After more than 50 votes in Congress and two attempts before the U.S. Supreme Court to mothball the ACA and public exchange marketplace, some Republicans are now seeing the budget reconciliation process as yet another avenue for achieving this long-time goal. 

Other members of the GOP prefer to reserve this budget tactic for tax reform or other policy objective, according to a recent report by the National Law Review. The publication also suggested that Paul Ryan (R-WI), who chairs the House Committee on Ways and Means, plans to meet a budget resolution deadline of July 24 for committees with jurisdiction over health care issues to come up with a repeal plan.

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