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CBO delays analysis of latest health care bill

CBO delays analysis of latest health care bill

But the White House's efforts were not well received. He said that Republicans are having problems reaching a consensus because they're representing "a lot of different states". "I think every governor is very concerned". Other elements, including deep cuts to the Medicaid program, carry over from the initial Senate draft. Rand Paul, has come out against the new version of the GOP health care bill. The federal officials sought to quell governors' concerns that the bill's funding cuts and Medicaid caps would result in millions of people losing insurance.

Adding to the uncertainty, the Congressional Budget Office also indicated on Sunday it no longer expected to release its analysis on Monday on the estimated cost and scope of insurance coverage under the latest GOP bill, which has the support of President Donald Trump.

Even some Republican governors said it is hard to discount the CBO numbers.

Collins said she disagrees with Vice President Mike Pence that the Better Care Act would provide for the most vulnerable, improve Medicaid, and lead to better outcome.

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval told the Associated Press he had been in regular contact with Heller to discuss the growing impacts of the Republicans' plan.

At least two Republicans - Sens. Dean Heller's vote on the legislation.

But Saturday's closed-door meeting did not seem to change Sandoval's mind.

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The Washington Post first reported McConnell's comments last week. "Cruz's approach is not the answer", Collins said.

With Senate Democrats unanimously opposed, it would take just three Republicans to stop the bill.

Two Republican senators - Susan Collins of ME and Rand Paul of Kentucky - have already said they will not support a motion to proceed to floor debate on the legislation.

McConnell delayed a vote on the bill in June before the Senate recessed for the Fourth of July holiday because it didn't have the necessary support.

Two major US health insurance groups on Friday called on Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell to drop from a healthcare bill a provision proposed by Senator Ted Cruz that allows insurers to offer stripped-down, low-priced healthcare plans. John McCain (R-Ariz.) recovers from surgery for a blood clot.

The Arizona Republican is among a handful of GOP lawmakers who are on the fence over how to overhaul ObamaCare. "Then, based on that premise, let's have a debate about how best to improve care and reduce costs", he says.

According to the New York Times, governors from both major parties have denounced the revised bill. "Now we are here today because all of that is at risk".