The House of Representatives narrowly passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA), which had been given up for dead in March and now faces an uphill battle in the Senate. The AHCA (also referred to as Trumpcare) was given new life after additional money intended to bolster high-risk pools to cover preexisting conditions was added to the bill.
After the bill passed the House, Republicans held a celebration at the White House, prompting critics to compare the celebration to a football player spiking the ball after crossing the 50-yard line.
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