Republicans and Democrats Suddenly Want to Fix Obamacare

By Benjy Sarlin

Bipartisanship is suddenly the talk of Capitol Hill, where Republicans and Democrats are now expressing a tentative desire to join hands after a brutal debate over Obamacare repeal.

In the House, the "Problem Solvers" caucus, which consists of 43 members from both parties, put out a list of broad principles for a series of Obamacare tweaks.

"My hope is we can be responsible legislators and recognize we can take on those cost issues, we can take on the issue of health care, but let’s do it together," said Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., who chairs the caucus, in an interview Tuesday.

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