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The cliffhanger vote left it unclear how Republicans will proceed in their years-long effort to overhaul Obamacare.
Senate Republicans seemed to be coalescing behind a “skinny repeal” that would eliminate some mandates and at least one tax.
We try to explain what you’re seeing on C-SPAN.
Republicans now see a “skinny repeal” as their best shot at accomplishing something.
It’s unclear if Senate Republicans will even green-light starting debate.
Senate parliamentarian says part of the legislation would need 60 votes to pass.
GOP leaders struggle to explain to rank-and-file members what exactly they would be voting on next week.
Also Wednesday, a fresh CBO analysis showed that a straight repeal bill would increase the number of people without health coverage by 32 million at the end of a decade.
As the legislation was about to collapse, Trump talked about his trip to Paris as he dined with supportive lawmakers.
The national security adviser said Trump was only trying to find common ground with the Russians.