WASHINGTON, March 22 The head of the U.S. House
Freedom Caucus on Wednesday said there were still not enough
votes to pass the Republican healthcare plan, but that he
remained hopeful for potential changes to the bill following a
meeting at the White House.
U.S. Representative Mark Meadows, who leads the group of
conservative lawmakers, said that Vice President Mike Pence
discussed "a couple of options" to win votes from caucus members
and that he hoped Republicans could reach a consensus on the
proposed legislation to rollback Obamacare.
(Reporting by David Morgan; Writing by Susan Heavey; Editing by