That was supposed to be a Trumpcare revival?

The sticking points are the same now as they’ve been all week: Conservatives want to get rid of more Obamacare insurance regulations, including the ones dealing with pre-existing conditions, and other Republicans really don’t want to do that.

This has been largely a White House-driven show, and House Republican leaders started to realize early yesterday that the emerging compromise probably would have lost more votes than it gained.

That’s mainly because of a proposal to let states drop the rule banning insurers from charging higher rates to sick people.

If that passed, insurers could price sick people out of the market even if they technically offered them coverage.