People gather outside of Rep. Fred Upton’s St. Joseph, Mich., office Wednesday, May 3, 2017, to protest his support of the health care bill. Upton and Billy Long of Missouri emerged from a White House meeting with President Donald Trump saying they could now support the propose health care bill, thanks to the addition of $8 billion over five years to help people with pre-existing conditions.
People gather outside of Rep. Fred Upton’s St. Joseph, Mich., office Wednesday, May 3, 2017, to protest his support of the health care bill. Upton and Billy Long of Missouri emerged from a White House meeting with President Donald Trump saying they could now support the propose health care bill, thanks to the addition of $8 billion over five years to help people with pre-existing conditions. Don Campbell AP
People gather outside of Rep. Fred Upton’s St. Joseph, Mich., office Wednesday, May 3, 2017, to protest his support of the health care bill. Upton and Billy Long of Missouri emerged from a White House meeting with President Donald Trump saying they could now support the propose health care bill, thanks to the addition of $8 billion over five years to help people with pre-existing conditions. Don Campbell AP

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