COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN) -- Ohio Governor John Kasich believes Republicans are going to have a hard time passing replacement legislation for the Affordable Care Act.
Kasich told CBS' "Face The Nation" that the GOP will have a problem passing a replacement that includes any remnants of the original law.
Kasich believes Republicans will have to reach out to Democrats to succeed, adding that the House will have trouble passing anything that still provides coverage to people.
He said staunch House Republicans will want to get rid of all of Obamacare, but that's not acceptable with 20 million people enrolled.
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