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What is the price of the bill? We could know as soon as Friday.

Senate leaders are expecting that a swift analysis of the Republican health-care bill could be released by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office before the weekend.

“We’re hopeful it could be as early as Friday,” Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Tex.) said Thursday, “but by Monday.”

Several key senators, including Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio), have said their support for the bill will depend on a CBO estimate of how many people stand to lose coverage if it’s enacted.

As a reminder, according to the CBO, the health-care bill passed by the House last month would leave 23 million more Americans uninsured by 2026 and reduce the federal deficit by $119 billion in the same time frame.

The House passed its measure before it was scored by the CBO.

GOP health-care bill: The latest news and reactions

Senate Republicans are set to release a health-care bill that would curtail federal Medicaid funding, repeal taxes on the wealthy and eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood as part of an effort to fulfill a years-long promise to undo Barack Obama’s signature health-care law.

Follow along for the latest updates throughout the day, and check out the current whip count here.