WASHINGTON (AP) - Republicans have won an initial victory in their effort to erase former President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. They've pushed a measure through the House Ways and Means Committee that would repeal tax penalties on people who don't buy insurance. The legislation would also end income-based subsidies the government gives people to buy coverage. Instead, it creates tax credits based largely on age.
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