Republicans aren’t even convinced they will find consensus on any specific set of new health care bills. The ideas they’re discussing — the ability to buy insurance across state lines, wider use of health savings accounts and cutting federal regulations — are the same principles they have kicked around since 2009. But the party is not much closer to finding a proposal — or set of proposals — that would garner enough Republican support to pass the House. (Politico)
I thought the folks at Politico were supposed to be on top of things. I explained why the GOP can’t get its act together a year ago.