Showing Confidence, House to Vote On Republican Obamacare Replacement Next Week

The move shows that GOP leaders are confident they have the 216 votes needed to pass the bill. | AP Photo
The move shows that GOP leaders are confident they have the 216 votes needed to pass the bill. | AP Photo

House Republicans will vote Thursday on Speaker Paul Ryan’s Obamacare replacement bill, two senior GOP sources told POLITICO.

The move shows that GOP leaders are confident they have the 216 votes needed to pass the bill, even as as the far-right and centrist Republicans continue to press for changes.

GOP leaders and President Donald Trump spent much of Friday morning talking to critics of the plan. Trump called a number of lawmakers concerned about the bill to the White House, where Majority Whip Steve Scalise and his chief deputy whip Patrick McHenry also huddled with wary members.

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