The Wall Street Journal: As health-care vote looms, bill still faces big hurdle in House

WASHINGTON — The White House and top congressional Republicans are trying to build momentum for a new health-care vote this week, but skepticism among centrist members of the party remains a stumbling block in the effort to undo the Affordable Care Act.

Both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in television interviews suggested confidence that they could win enough votes to pass a bill. But it is unclear that congressional leaders have made enough progress to call a roll, as they grapple with Republicans who have expressed concern that recent changes to satisfy more conservative lawmakers may push coverage costs higher.

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