Did Paul Ryan flip-flop on how to pass a big health care bill?
As legislation to dramatically overhaul the Affordable Care Act neared a vote in the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives, critics said that Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., was hypocritical in how he brought a revised bill to the floor.
In March, a bill known as the American Health Care Act was pulled from the floor by GOP leaders because it didn’t have enough votes to pass. That was considered a major defeat for both congressional Republicans and President Donald Trump, who campaigned on the repeal and replacement of President Barack Obama’s far-reaching health care law.
Republican leaders adjusted …