By Emily Rappleye
House Republicans gathered Thursday to discuss a policy memo detailing their ACA replacement plan, according to The Washington Post.
While the meeting put many rank-and-file members at ease, they said the details presented at the meeting did not comprise a full-on plan and instead created more of a roadmap, according to the report.
The policy brief, which is fairly similar to the Republican Better Way plan, does not include information on how it will be passed into law, according to the report. House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., has promised to deliver ACA repeal legislation by the end of the month, and President Donald Trump said Thursday a replacement plan will be ready in March, according to the report.
For now, the policy memo is the closest to a replacement plan available to the public. Here are its four key features.