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Given the very public and potentially damaging attempts at failed ACA repeal this past year, it seems that Republican leaders in Congress want to move on to other legislative priorities. However, during the August recess, President Trump has repeatedly pushed back, calling for Republicans to make good on their promises to "repeal and replace". What would it take for Congressional Republicans to come back in September with ACA repeal at the top of their agenda? If Republicans are willing to let go of "repeal and replace", is there space for a bipartisan bill on health care reform? Which issues could a bipartisan bill feasibly address?