Repealing President Barack Obama's 2010 health care overhaul has long been the GOP holy grail. It helped elect President Donald Trump and has driven the Republican agenda in Congress, given GOP office-seekers a rationale for their candidacies and fueled countless fundraising appeals.
Yet Republicans have never rallied behind an alternative and spent years settling for dozens of bills scuttling the law that went nowhere. Now, with a GOP president and party control of the House and Senate, voters expect Republicans to deliver and party leaders are banking on it.
"If you're a Republican who votes against 'Obamacare' repeal, you're going to have a lot of explaining to do to your constituents," said Doug Badger, a GOP health care adviser.
One of the proposals to revamp health care in the US is to make Medicaid a block grant program.
Robin Rudowitz of the Kaiser Family Foundation explained the proposal being discussed to make Medicaid a block grant program with the states.
To hear the full discussion use the audio player above. The Associated Press contributed to this report.