By Russell Berman - 01/16/14 12:43 PM EST Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) on Thursday predicted that House Republicans would unveil and possibly vote on a plan to replace the healthcare law in 2014, fulfilling a long-delayed promise to voters. An alternative to ObamaCare will be one of the big issues the House GOP will discuss at its annual policy retreat at the end of the month, Boehner said. While the party has repeatedly run on a pledge to repeal and replace President Obamas signature law, GOP lawmakers have never coalesced around a single alternative. Boehner is now facing mounting pressure from conservatives who say the party cannot continue to merely denounce the unpopular ObamaCare as a means of winning elections. http://thehill.com/homenews/house/195689-boehner-obamacare-replacement-bill-coming#ixzz2qg9V3bJN Well, it only took them three years...and FORTY meaningless show votes on "repeal" ....to START to work on figuring out an alternative health care reform, that might be ready by Summer. Going to be funny to see if they come up with something "based on free market solutions".....or something that actually can work.