Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal's office says he had been waiting to see what Congress would do on health care, and after an early Friday vote, "we will have to re-evaluate where we are now," according to his spokeswoman Jen Ryan.
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The Senate failed to pass a key vote that would have kept repeal-and-replace efforts alive. So now the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, remains the law, and Georgia officials have to make some decisions on how to move forward.