Senate Republicans Can't Get Enough Backing For Their Health Bill So They Delayed The Vote

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Senate Republican leaders, lacking enough support to pass their Obamacare repeal and replace bill draft, have delayed their vote on the measure until after they return for a weeklong July 4 recess.

The move came after a fifth Republican senator on Tuesday said he could not support the health care draft bill as written. GOP leadership was pushing hard for a vote this week.

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