The Trump administration, thwarted in several attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, notably shifted tone Wednesday, opening the door for a bipartisan plan to "fix" the law.
"Both folks in the House and the Senate, on both sides of the aisle frankly, have said that Obamacare doesn't work, and it needs to be either repealed or fixed," Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price said on Fox & Friends. "So the onus is on Congress."
Talk of fixing the law is new. Price and President Trump have long talked only of repealing the law, although they've taken various positions on whether a replacement should come later or at the same time as repeal.