State Sen. Dr. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, left, stands with health care activist Christina Postolowski of the group, Young Invincibles, during a rally at the state capitol in Denver to support the Affordable Care Act on Jan. 31, 2017. A new analysis says the Republican legislation to replace the ACA would cause 1.8 milion job losses in 2022. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
State Sen. Dr. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, left, stands with health care activist Christina Postolowski of the group, Young Invincibles, during a rally at the state capitol in Denver to support the Affordable Care Act on Jan. 31, 2017. A new analysis says the Republican legislation to replace the ACA would cause 1.8 milion job losses in 2022. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley) Brennan Linsley AP
State Sen. Dr. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, left, stands with health care activist Christina Postolowski of the group, Young Invincibles, during a rally at the state capitol in Denver to support the Affordable Care Act on Jan. 31, 2017. A new analysis says the Republican legislation to replace the ACA would cause 1.8 milion job losses in 2022. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley) Brennan Linsley AP

GOP health care bill would kill 1.8 million jobs in 2022, says new analysis

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