How Republicans and Democrats Could Come to a Bipartisan Compromise Over Obamacare

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It’s not a question of whether or not Republicans and Democrats will come to a compromise over replacing Obamacare.

The Republican attempts to repeal and replace aside, the law is unsustainable in its current form.

Since it will take 60 Senate votes, and the Republicans only have 52 seats, there is no way we can get to a solution to the Obamacare conundrum without a bipartisan compromise.

So, what might that look like?

See my op-ed at CNBC.com 

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