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As the White House struggles to find a legislative fix to a crisis of its own making, its allies are doubling down on a controversial idea that could help the Trump White House achieve a bipartisan consensus on a national healthcare plan: an entrepreneurial organization.

The Hill has learned that a bipartisan group of senators, led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), is seeking the heads of a dozen private-sector colleges and universities to help craft a bipartisan plan for national healthcare.

A proposal that is expected to include a mix of federal and state investments in the fledgling network of universities is expected in the coming weeks.

“We believe that if we have an entrepreneurial vision for a national plan that can build on the strengths of the private sector, it will be a better investment for both sides,” said Sen. Jeff Flake (R.

Ariz.), chairman of the Senate health committee.

The bipartisan plan would create an array of new incentives for companies to locate in the country, including tax credits, loan guarantees and grants that would provide a new infusion of funds to universities to expand their programs.

Its creators say it will provide the nation with an opportunity to move toward universal healthcare and could be a blueprint for future bipartisan healthcare legislation.

Democrats, however, are skeptical of the plan.

They have said it will leave millions uninsured, will leave tens of millions more uninsured and will create a new bureaucratic nightmare for businesses.

McConnell’s office has yet to comment on the plan but has said the senator is working to advance it.

At least one Republican lawmaker, Sen. Mike Rounds (R.-S.D.), who is also a member of the healthcare committee, said in a statement that he believes it would be a bad idea.

Rounds also said the proposal is a “great idea” and a step in the right direction, but he said it is too early to say whether it will actually be passed.

“There are plenty of other ways to go,” he said.

Republican senators also have signaled support for the proposal, but have said they will hold firm on other priorities like repealing Obamacare, overhauling the tax code and overhauling Medicare.

GOP lawmakers have been in a political tailspin since the midterm elections, and the White and Senate Democrats have been locked in a partisan stalemate for weeks over healthcare.

President Donald Trump has been publicly lambasting Democrats, who are trying to pass legislation in the House to repeal and replace Obamacare and the House has not passed any legislation in its current form.

On Friday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said the president “would like to have a bipartisan solution.”

The White House is hoping that a Republican-led group of lawmakers will work with senators and the president to come up with a bipartisan healthcare solution, but that effort is also being closely watched.

This bipartisan plan will create incentives for universities to build their programs, and create incentives to attract private sector investment, according to the senators.

But as the president’s administration has struggled to find bipartisan support, its backers have doubled down on an idea that they say could help build a bipartisan framework on a single-payer national healthcare program.

It is not known exactly how the plan will be financed or how much private sector money it would cost.

But it is expected that the bipartisan group will seek to use the funds from a tax credit that is available to private employers and employers would receive a tax cut of up to $2,500 per employee.