Working through half a dozen proposals for what healthcare will look like under President Donald Trump, legislators earlier this week shared some of their wish list and a timeframe for implementation at the National Association of Health Underwriters’ annual legislative conference in Washington.

“We haven’t come to an agreement on the issues,” Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) told more than 1,000 health insurance agents gathered for the event. However, the member of the Energy & Commerce subcommittee on health said a consensus is starting to emerge on what the GOP wants to implement.

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