The Wall Street Journal: Late-night dealmaking raises GOP’s hopes of approving health-care bill

WASHINGTON — The GOP plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, backed by President Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan, remained in jeopardy Wednesday after a day of intense negotiations among Republicans, but the prospect of a last-minute deal showed signs of bringing many of the holdouts on board.

Ahead of a planned vote by the House on Thursday, Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, as well as other senior administration officials, huddled with lawmakers through the day on proposed changes to the bill, aiming in particular to win support from a bloc of conservatives. But it wasn’t until Wednesday night that the outlines of a deal emerged that had potential to secure passage of one of the party’s central policy goals, replacing the law known as Obamacare.

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