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House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, left, talks with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, April 13, 2016, before the start of an organizational meeting of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (JCCIC).

January 13, 2017

After Trump's sworn in, congressional Republicans coming to Philly

Congressional Republicans will head to Philadelphia to brainstorm after President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration. 

GOP House and Senate members will hold their joint retreat in the city from Jan. 25-27, according to Roll Call.

Last year, the two caucuses met in Baltimore, where they made the passing of appropriations bills their top priority for 2016.

After taking the initial steps to repeal the Affordable Care Act, this year, GOP lawmakers will be going over their strategy for dealing with health care, House Speaker Paul Ryan told The Washington Post.

Ryan said at a town hall on CNN Thursday night that Republicans plan to repeal and replace the law with something else at the same time.

Trump, who has asked Congress to replace the law quickly, is scheduled to address lawmakers at the Philadelphia conference.