GOP Is Testing Health-Law Tweaks for Conservative Appeal

Republican legislators are weighing a health-care proposal aimed at winning over House conservatives that would allow states to opt out of some requirements in the Affordable Care Act, lawmakers and congressional staffers say.

The proposal has the potential to be turned into legislation that would be part of a broader Republican effort to knock down key parts of the Obama-era health law.

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