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The bill is an attempt to strike a compromise between the existing law and a bill passed by the House in May. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell faces the prospect of an open revolt from key conservative and moderate GOP senators, whose concerns he has struggled to balance in recent weeks.
The Senate proposal, coupled with the House bill, would be exactly the kind of cuts to the welfare state that conservatives have often failed to achieve. Here's a timeline of some of the rare big wins for congressional conservatives.

If more than two Senate Republicans vote “no,” the latest version of the health-care reform bill will fail. Here’s where things stand:

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Opposed or leaning “no” Have concerns Unknown or unclear
The bill takes major steps to roll back provisions of the Affordable Care Act, but stops short of the severity of the House’s bill. In both bills, the spending cuts made by Medicaid and other programs would go to fund a substantial tax cut for the health care industry and the rich.
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Sixteen boys and young men, and one teenage girl, were arrested for the murder of Fuller, who was severely beaten and killed inside a garage near Eighth and H streets NE in 1984.
The University of Virginia student died this week following his release after 17 months in detention in North Korea.
A divided city council passes an ordinance barring police from asking immigrants about their legal status.
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The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy appear on Friday, and they are likely to produce showers and storms with locally heavy rain.
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For one week, at least, newspaper opinion boards and the Redskins found some common ground.
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Many Washington establishments are highlighting their pink offerings with alfresco pop-up bars, rosé-heavy menus and new takes on the wine this summer.
The House minority leader was a figure in tens of millions of dollars’ worth of ads targeting Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff, and that had Pelosi’s Democratic critics renewing their calls for new faces atop the party caucus.
Dozens of civilians and members of the security forces were waiting to collect their monthly salaries. At least 60 people were also wounded, the governor said.
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The USS Fitzgerald’s crew made several rescue attempts in the flooding compartments of their destroyer after it collided with a container ship, but ultimately, they felt they had to close the doors, fearing they would lose the ship otherwise.
His rally in Iowa was part of a White House push to get the president out on the road more, speaking to supportive crowds in swing states, where he is likely to get public adulation that he rarely experiences in Washington.
The percentage of sexually active teens has been gradually declining since 1988, according to the CDC.
South Korea has had some notable success with cultural exports: K-Pop, dramas, barbecue and even Korean plastic surgery. But fermented cabbage? Well, that's a hard sell.
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