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Today Republicans finally unveiled their plan to replace the Affordable Care Act. The Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein offers a capsule summary, while the National Review’s Patrick Brennan notes that the GOP plan will push people toward catastrophic coverage and health savings accounts. Brad DeLong explains why the GOP’s “continuous coverage” model is worse than the ACA’s mandate and coverage of preexisting conditions, while Salon’s Brian Beutler calls the GOP plan “kind of a mess.” Do (bad) tweaks mean the GOP are giving up on repeal?