Congressional Republicans are divided over what to do if the Supreme Court strikes down all or part of the health-care overhaul next month.
House Republican freshmen from moderate districts say they need to have credible alternatives to present to their constituents if the court—or lawmakers—eliminate the law. They are eager to find ways to replicate popular provisions of the law, such as those requiring coverage for people with pre-existing conditions and allowing young adults to stay on their parents' insurance plans until age 26.
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Source: The Wall Street Journal