John McCain might have just received permission to vote for Obamacare repeal

Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy.

"I think OH will do a good job - better than the federal government, probably because we know what the needs are, closer to what those needs are, like the opioid addiction", Portman said.

"The senators on the other side of the aisle should be walking around here with a blindfold over their eyes, because they don't know what they're voting on", Schumer said as Democrats and their allies mustered an all-out effort to try killing the measure.

When asked Tuesday why he voted for an Obamacare repeal bill that kept 100 percent of Obamacare's spending, but opposes a bill that keeps 90 percent of Obamacare's spending, Paul told THE WEEKLY STANDARD: "This affirmatively votes for a distribution system for a trillion-dollar program". Republicans need to hit that total by September 30, the date when special procedures blocking the bill from filibuster will expire.

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The newest Republican Obamacare repeal bill will come to the Senate floor next week, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office said. "If your baby is going to die and it doesn't have to, it shouldn't matter how much money you make", Kimmel said.

But it would leave in place some Obamacare taxes that would fund state block grants.

Kimmel, who became part of the debate on USA healthcare legislation in May after emotionally discussing his newborn son's emergency heart surgery, took aim at Senator Bill Cassidy on his show on Tuesday night.

The letter was signed by Democrats John Hickenlooper of Colorado, Steve Bullock of Montana, Terry McAuliffe of Virginia, John Bel Edwards of Louisiana, Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania, and Republicans John Kasich of Ohio, Bill Walker of Alaska, Brian Sandoval of Nevada, Phil Scott of Vermont and Charlie Baker of MA. Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski was one of three Republicans who voted against the GOP's failed attempt to repeal Obamacare in July.

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"Most of the Congresspeople who vote on this bill probably won't even read it". "He got a lot of credit and attention for coming off like a rare, reasonable voice in the Republican Party when it came to healthcare, for something that he called... the Jimmy Kimmel test". Collins introduced her own bill Tuesday.

States have more power: As NBC News reported, "the bill would open up all 50 states to major health care changes depending on their approach".

"They're counting on you to be so overwhelmed with all the information, you just trust them to take care of you".

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