The U-S House today narrowly approved President Trump’s signature pledge, repealing significant portions of Obamacare. The bill would allow states to obtain waivers so health insurance companies would no longer have to cover pre-existing medical conditions. Governor Mark Dayton opposes Minnesota taking such a step. Dayton says, “It would be draconian for Minnesota and almost every other state, which is why most governors are opposed to that part of the bill. Some of ’em can’t say that because of the politics, but that’s gonna impact everybody.” The legislation retains Obamacare’s requirement that family health insurance policies cover grown children until age 26. The bill would also block federal payments to Planned Parenthood for one year.