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As a House vote approaches, parsing the high stakes of passing the American Health Care Act




House Rules Committee Chairman Rep. Pete Sessions (C) (R-TX) speaks with an aide during a House Rules Committee meeting to set the rules for debate and amendments on the American Health Care Act.
House Rules Committee Chairman Rep. Pete Sessions (C) (R-TX) speaks with an aide during a House Rules Committee meeting to set the rules for debate and amendments on the American Health Care Act.
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Republicans are inching their way toward a House vote to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

And these final hours have become a high stakes game of political chess to pass the Trump Administration's new health care bill, which has been criticized as "Obamacare lite."

But what concessions is the White House making to unite conservatives on the Hill?

POLITICO's health care editor, Adriel Bettleheim spoke to A Martinez about the moving story.

Click the blue player above to hear the full interview.