It’s hard to count just how many times the train to repeal the Affordable Care Act has started — and then stopped — this year. Now it’s moving again, but this time down a very narrow track to eliminate only the law’s individual mandate to buy coverage.

Senate Republicans announced yesterday that they’re including a repeal of the individual mandate in the tax bill currently being debated in the Finance Committee — and indicated they may have the 50 votes they’d need to pass the whole thing the week after Thanksgiving (see my colleague Tory Newmyer’s write up in today’s..

The Health 202: Here’s how a rollback of key Obamacare element could stymie the law’s full repeal

Let me explain.


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