The celebration might have been premature.
Republicans must now try to maneuver the measure through a Senate terrain that is different politically and procedurally from the House. One of those Americans with a pre-existing condition, who also happens to be a U.S. Army veteran who lost both his legs in Kandahar, spoke in favor of the bill and denounced the Democrats' history of bold-faced lies.
If some version of the AHCA passes the Senate, here is a list of who the biggest losers would be with this new plan in an Obamacare-less United States. Lindsey Graham said in a tweet.
"Republican Senators will not let the American People down!", he wrote on Twitter. "Only after a careful review of the legislation, as well as discussions with the interested stakeholders across SC, will I know the answer to that question. I do know the revised bill is an improvement over the first attempt". Among the vulnerable Republicans is two-term New Jersey Representative Tom MacArthur, who helped revive the bill by authoring a key amendment on pre-existing conditions.
"The reality is, TrumpCare can not pass the Senate", Schumer said on the Senate floor.
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Senate leaders have repeatedly vowed success. "I don't think Republicans can face voters in 2018 and have a credible argument to keep them in control of Congress, if they did not do their No. 1 campaign priority to repeal Obamacare", said Levine, CEO of Mountain States Health Alliance, a hospital system in Johnson City, Tenn.
JANSING: So, [Sen. Paul Ryan (R-KY) is] "hopeful we can make it better in the Senate".
The logical next step is for the Senate liberals to insist President Trump and the Republicans promise that no one now covered by Obamacare will lose coverage.
After the GOP-controlled House passed a Republican-drafted health care bill Thursday without waiting for an analysis of the bill's costs and impacts by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, the White House is signaling that Washington's official legislative scorekeeper could be its next political foil. Collins' absence from the working group is particularly surprising, since the ME senator has taken a leading role in crafting one of the few fully fleshed-out alternative proposals to the House's bill. Several medical professionals contacted by the H&R on Friday said they would wait to comment until they saw how things change in the Senate. "It's about time [the Senate] get a dose of medicine. If they have skin in the game and financial risk, they will make the right decisions", said Vailas, who founded a company, Compass Healthcare Advisors, to help companies comparison-shop for medical procedures. "Not out of the question, but unlikely. The most probable scenario is that a relatively moderate conference committee bill would be unacceptable to the House Freedom Caucus, sending this maddening process back to the drawing board late this year".
The outspoken and immediate skepticism pointed to a long road ahead in the Senate. It's unclear whether they would be satisfied by reallocating some of the spending, shrinking the tax cuts, or some combination. If the Senate parliamentarian rules any of the bill's provisions out of order, it may allow Democrats to require a 60-vote threshold for passage.