Outside the Box: This is how Congress could craft a bipartisan health-care bill

With Republican hopes to quickly “repeal and replace” Obamacare dashed in the Senate, Congress and the Trump administration can take a much-needed time out to consider a common-sense reboot that can unite the party’s factions — and even attract support from across the aisle.

With all the partisan rancor it is easy to overlook the fact that both Republicans and Democrats seek to offer protection to the most vulnerable Americans — either due to sickness or low income.

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The key to getting a workable bipartisan bill to the president’s desk is to get the basic rules of the market right, offer targeted financial support for those who need it, and drive competition to ensure that America has a health-care system that delivers high-quality care at an affordable cost.

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