House Republicans will not have to re-vote on their bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
The Senate Budget Committee announced late Tuesday afternoon that the American Health Care Act (AHCA) complies with the Senate’s budget “reconciliation” rules, which means that the House will not have to vote once more on their proposal. (RELATED: Senate Could Hit A Snag In Funding Obamacare Subsidies)
Senate Budget Cmte Chair Enzi STMT: House health care bill can be brought up in the Senate through the reconciliation process. pic.twitter.com/U0VxM6vqmz
— Jason Donner (@jason_donner) June 6, 2017
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan did not believe the House would have to vote again on the AHCA in mid-May, saying that the prospect of a re-vote was a “technical non-issue.”
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